The 41-year-old champion admits he's retired unless the team calls him


On Dec. 10, Beijing Time, US media reported that Jason Terry, 41, admitted that he had retired unless he could receive calls from the Lakers, Warriors or Rangers.

Terry played 51 games with the Bucks last season, averaging 3.3 points per game. This summer, he did not sign any teams.

Yesterday, Terry gave a commentary on the lone ranger's home game against the Rockets. When asked if he had retired, Terry admitted, unless he could get calls from the Lakers, the Warriors or the Rangers.

"Then I'll take the call and discuss it with them." Terry said.

Jason Terry has played for the Eagles, the Rangers, the Celtics, the Nets, the Rockets and the Bucks in his 19-year career.

In 2009, Terry became the sixth best player in the NBA. In 2011, he helped the lone ranger win the NBA championship.



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