Houston Rockets Year End Review: Jason “The Jet” Terry

By Trey Oursler
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May 14, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Houston Rockets guard Jason Terry (31) shoots over Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul (3) in game six of the second round of the NBA Playoffs at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

This season was Jason Terry’s second-lowest scoring average of his entire career. He played with two other point guards, Beverley and Pablo Prigioni so the minutes weren’t exactly there for him to fill up the stat sheet.

He did have a much better year than the 2013-2014 season he had with the Brooklyn Nets, but maybe not enough to keep him in Clutch City.

2014-2015 Stats with the Houston Rockets

  • 77 Games Played (17 started; including playoffs)
  • 7.0 PPG
  • 1.6 RPG
  • 1.9 APG
  • ,422 FG%
  • .813 FT%
  • .390 3PT.%

Terry had a few big games this season, including 16 points in Round 1 against his former squad:

A big scoring night against the Lakers:

Terry even dropped 21 points on the Atlanta Hawks this season:

He wasn’t the scoring machine he use to be, but Terry knows how to knock them down when he is open. He scored on 126 of his 323 three-point attempts in the 2014-2015 season.

Next: Terry's Future