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April 19, 2015 Updates

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban already has a job waiting for Jason Terry whenever the 16-year veteran guard decides to retire. "Sounds good, sounds good, until I'm done and that’s the key,’’ Terry said. "I’m not done yet.’’ By his own admission, Terry is just getting started. While the clock says he’s 37 years old and at the tail end of his illustrious career, Terry sees it from a different perspective. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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A sampling of activities for which Barnes has been suspended and/or fined while treating his teammates like family: Fighting Rafer Alston (2008), chucking a ball in the stands (2009), criticizing referees (2010), escalating a fight between Jason Terry and Steve Blake (2011), fighting Greg Stiemsma (2013), failing to leave the court in a timely manner (twice; 2013), kicking a water bottle into the stands (2014) and talking to fans/cursing at Suns owner Robert Sarver(2015). Amount in fines Barnes estimates he’s paid to the NBA during his career: About $500,000. What Barnes thinks would have happened if it had been him, and not James Harden, who “accidentally” kicked LeBron James in a sensitive region of the anatomy in a game in February: “I’d be put in jail. Or at least suspended for several games.” Sports Illustrated

March 25, 2015 Updates

"I knew he was going to come back soon, so we had to have a meeting about what was going on — what he needed from me, what I needed from him," Harden continued. "JET (Terry) is one of the leaders also. He has won championships (2011 with the Dallas Mavericks). He has that experience. I always listen to him, and get feedback from him. That was probably one of the best meetings that I've had, just knowing that my big guy has confidence in me. We'll go out there and try to compete as a team together." USA Today Sports

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Rockets guard Jason Terry said Nash was one of the best to ever play at his position. “He brought back the point in point guard position in our era,” Terry, who has played 16 seasons, said. “It was a time where guards were starting to become scoring guards. He was a true general on the floor. He was never selfish. He always looked to make his teammates better and he will be missed, but his mark on history will be left.” Houston Chronicle

January 27, 2015 Updates

The Rockets have already made two midseason moves, but they have still been working the phones. League sources say they have been dangling Jason Terry’s $5,850,313 expiring contract in trade talks, and it seems they’re open to packaging it with picks or prospects in order to complete a deal. Expiring contracts aren’t as valuable in today’s NBA, but certain teams do have interest in ending or non-guaranteed deals. Basketball Insiders

January 25, 2015 Updates

Days after his friend and former teammate Shawn Marion said he would retire after the season, Rockets guard Jason Terry maintained he has not changed his plan to play until he is 40-years-old. “I was shocked,” Terry, 37, said of Marion’s decision. “He told me in Cleveland the last time we played them. “I think I can play until the age 40. That’s my goal, something that I set out to do when I first came into the league. My idol is Gary Payton. He played 20 years. Hopefully I can do the same.” Houston Chronicle

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Terry missed the last two games to be with his wife as the couple welcomed their fifth daughter. “My fifth baby girl,” Terry said. “Seems like when I am done playing, I will be well taken care of. That’s what I hear. We will see.” Terry joked that he would have to play until he is 65 to afford raising five girls. Houston Chronicle

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