Considering Jason Terry is one of the oldest players in the NBA at 39 years old, there has been speculation this could be his last season and that he would then pursue a coaching job either at the college or NBA level. Terry emphatically squelched that speculation, telling me, “No. No. I’m going to play two more years, God willing. Actually, I AM going to play two more years.’’ Terry has played reasonably well this season while coming off the bench for the Bucks. He’s appeared in 47 games, averaging 3.6 points and 17.1 minutes
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Are we seeing the last few games of the Jet on the runway? “No, not at all – unless there’s just an outrageous opportunity that presents itself in the coaching world,” Terry said after the Rockets’ shootaround. “Other than that, my goal is to play two more years. So you’ll see a lot more of me.”
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July 24, 2017 | 10:59 pm EDT Update
The Orlando Magic and second-round pick Wesley Iwundu have agreed in principle to a three-year contract that includes a team option for the third year, Iwundu’s agent, Austin Walton, told the Orlando Sentinel. Iwundu will earn about $1.05 million in his rookie season, Walton said.
Magic currently have 13 players under contract for the upcoming season — not including Iwundu — but it’s important to note that the contracts for swingmen Patricio Garino and Marcus Georges-Hunt are not guaranteed.