Jason Terry Takes Up G League Front Office Role
Dallas Mavericks Legend and 19-year NBA veteran Jason Terry has earned his first front office role in the G League.
It was announced on Tuesday that Jason Terry has been appointed the assistant general manager of the Texas Legends. The Texas Legends are the Dallas Mavericks’ G League affiliate.
“We are thrilled to have Jason come on board,” Legends president and general manager Malcolm Farmer said in the announcement.
“His resume speaks for itself. He had a tenured NBA career for a reason, and to have him bring that skillset and work ethic to the table is invaluable for our team and staff.”
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Jason Terry played for the Dallas Mavericks from 2004 until 2012. He was instrumental in Dallas’ victory over Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat in the 2011 NBA Finals.
In 19 NBA seasons, he played for the Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Houston Rockets and the Milwaukee Bucks.
He was drafted in 1999 with the No. 10 pick by the Atlanta Hawks.
Terry was renowned for his shooting beyond the ark. He ranks 5th for three pointers in NBA history with 2,282.
From his comments, it appears as if Terry has his eyes on moving up the ladder in Dallas.
“It’s great to begin my front office career here,” Terry said in the announcement.
“The Dallas area has been home to me and my family for many years and the Mavericks franchise has always been family. To get to work with this organization in this capacity is exciting. I look forward to getting started.”
The Texas Legends kick off their G League season on November 8. Terry’s first game as the Legends’ assistant general manager will be against the Memphis Hustle.