|2003 - 2007||North Carolina (NCAA)|
|July 2007||Dallas Mavericks (Summer League)|
|August 2007 - June 2008||Aris Thessaloniki (Greece)|
|July 2008||Dallas Mavericks (Summer League)|
|September 2008 - October 2008||Dallas Mavericks (NBA)|
July 12, 2010
Terry is a former draft pick of the Dallas Mavericks (via Orlando), a 6'8 jumpshooting forward out of North Carolina. Well, that was the plan at least; after shooting 44% from three point range in his senior season, Terry was drafted to be a shooter and athletic defender, without much creativity or ball handling offensively. But in his professional career, Terry's jumpshot has worsened; he shot 16% from the Greek three in his first season, and only 32% in the Italian Lega Due in his second season.
Nevertheless, last year, Terry was playing for Xacobeo Blusens in Spain's ACB,. Any ACB gig is pretty lucrative, and because Xacobeo weren't a very good team, Terry got the chance to play a key role on the team. He averaged 12.1 points, 4.9 assists, 1.0 steals and 0.6 blocks per game, but he also shot only 33% from three point range and 38% overall. Xacobeo did not have very good guard play, which factors, since Terry is no offensive creator on his own. He's still not lived up to his billing as a shooter, however.
May 12, 2010
- Reyshawn Terry
Former Mavericks draft pick Terry has spent the year in Spain, playing for Xacobeo Blusens. He has averaged 12.2 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.5 fouls in 25.5 minutes per game, shooting 34% from three point range. The points are god, but Terry shot only 32% from three last season and 31% in 2007-08; for a guy who made his name in college as a three point shooter, he's not shot too well in his professional career thus far. Additionally, Xacobeo have been relegated after only one season back in the top flight ACB. So all in all, a mixed year for Terry.