Terry scored 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-5 3Pt) while adding one rebound in 15 minutes off the bench during Saturday's 111-104 win over the Magic. The veteran guard scored all his points in the second half, providing a key boost that helped the Bucks overcome a four-point deficit at the half. Terry is little more than a player-coach at this stage of his career -- he's scored in double digits only twice all season -- but he's been showing flashes of his old form lately, going 10-for-17 (58.8 percent) from three-point range over his last six games.
Terry (personal) logged two minutes in Sunday's 109-94 win over the Nets, recording no statistics during his time on the floor. Terry had missed the Bucks' last two games to tend to a personal situation, but rejoined the team in New York for the start of a four-game road trip. Though he was on the periphery of interim head coach Joe Prunty's rotation, Terry could see his court time increase Tuesday against the Knicks with key reserve guard Matthew Dellavedova uncertain to play in that contest after spraining his right ankle in the fourth quarter against Brooklyn and not returning.
Terry (personal) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Brooklyn. The veteran was held out of Friday's win over the Knicks while attending to a personal issue, but the Bucks' game notes for Saturday's game indicate that he'll be back in the mix. Terry has seen an increase in minutes since the Bucks changed coaches, and he could maintain that role going forward after the Bucks lost Malcolm Brogdon to injury on Thursday.
Terry (personal) will remain out Friday against the Knicks, Matt Velazquez of the Journal Sentinel reports. Terry will miss a second straight game for personal reasons and should be considered day-to-day in advance of Sunday's matchup with the Nets in Brooklyn. The veteran has not been fantasy-relevant this season, but he's recently taken on a more significant role in the Bucks' rotation, playing between 13 and 18 minutes in his last four active contests.
Terry has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Timberwolves for personal reasons, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Specifics regarding the issue have yet to be released, but with the Bucks playing a back-to-back set Thursday and Friday, it's possible Terry will be forced to miss more than one contest. His status should be updated prior to Friday's tilt. In the meantime, Sterling Brown, Matthew Dellavedova, Sean Kilpatrick and Rashad Vaughn are all candidates to see a slight uptick in minutes with Terry unavailable.
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