FORMER ARIZONA WILDCATS IN THE NBA PLAYOFFS
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Jason Terry averages 16.5 points in 93 playoff games in his 16-year NBA career.
"When I set out to come to Houston, it was for this moment right here." – Jason Terry on starting the playoffs. pic.twitter.com/k2OjUvzmA6
Jerryd Bayless returns to his third NBA playoffs, last going with Memphis in 2012-13.
Andre Iguodala having fun in his fifth consecutive year in the playoffs. He averages 14.2 points and 5.8 rebounds a game in 48 playoff games.
Andre Iguodala got T'ed up for mocking the official then did his own traveling dance. This is awesome https://t.co/xCkXUTJkW8
Will rookie Nick Johnson show off an NBA championship ring at his basketball camp?
Everybody go sign up for my kids camp this summer pic.twitter.com/8Xy0fxgpVd
Richard Jefferson, a 14-year veteran, has played the most NBA playoff games — 101 — among the former Wildcats in the postseason.
Three players — Terry (1995-99 at Arizona), Jefferson (1998-2001) and Johnson (2011-14) — will be involved in the same series to start the NBA playoffs.