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Will 'Jet' Terry land in Miami?

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09:19 AM ET 03.31 | In an interview with FOX Sports Florida before the Mavericks' game against the Heat in Miami, Dallas guard Jason Terry said he wouldn't mind playing for the Heat. Terry, who is 34 and will be a free agent this summer, has expressed an interest in retiring as a Maverick. But he also knows the Mavericks have cleared salary cap space to make a big splash in the free-agent market this summer.

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March 31, 2012  09:23 AM ET

Will Jet Land in Miami?

No.

March 31, 2012  09:42 AM ET

Adios JET...

March 31, 2012  10:04 AM ET

When did it become cool to talk about going to other teams while playing for the team your on. I miss the good old days.

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March 31, 2012  10:30 AM ET
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When did it become cool to talk about going to other teams while playing for the team your on. I miss the good old days.

Agreed. And it does help when TV play-by-play announcers talk about it durning the game. "Oh the Magic are up by 10. And the Lakers need to go after Dwight Howard."

Also yesterday it was Nash going to Miami. And today it Jason Terry. Why doesn't the NBA just fold up and just become The Miani Heat then. It seems that every player wants to go there. I heard that John Havlicek wants to end his playing days in Miami as well.

March 31, 2012  10:32 AM ET

What the hell, I want to end up in Miami now too!

Wonder if I'll have to take a cut in pay...

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March 31, 2012  10:45 AM ET

Don't Crash Land, Bro.

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March 31, 2012  11:28 AM ET

This is the result of fantasy sports!

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March 31, 2012  11:53 AM ET

OMG I knew Miami was a place where senior citizens went to retire. I didn't know it was the NBA's equivelent to being a retirement home for old players. I guess James, Wade and Bosh run Miami's version of Sunny Acres Retirement home. They must be the orderlies while all of the old NBA players come to bask in the sun.

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