Milwaukee Bucks name Jason Terry as the 'Teammate of the Year'

Terry averaged 4.1 points per game last season

Milwaukee Bucks guard Jason Terry now has another accolade to add to his resume. The 18-year veteran guard was named the Bucks' 'Teammate of the Year,' as voted on by his fellow team members.

Terry, 39, averaged a career-low 4.1 points last season, but still managed to play 18.4 minutes per game over 74 contests. He also posted a career-best 43.2 percent shooting from beyond the arc.

Terry has yet to sign with a team for the upcoming 2017-18 season, and a return to Milwaukee is still a possibility. The 2011 NBA Finals champion would be a nice mentor and backup guard for a squad that was the 10th-youngest team in basketball last year.

Terry has averaged 13.8 points per game throughout his lengthy career, including 16.8 points during his peak seasons from 2001-12.

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