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Reyshawn Terry on the move from Japan to South Korea

Ulsan Mobis Phoebus (South Korea) has landed 33-year old American forward Reyshawn Terry, who played most recently for the Ryukyu Golden Kings in the Japanese B League. In 44 games last season, Terry averaged 15.4 ppg, 5.7 rpg and 1.5 apg. In 2007, Terry was drafted by the Orlando Magic in the second round out of UNC. This will be Terry's eleventh pro season.

Reyshawn Terry still producing on the hardwood

For Reyshawn Terry, success on the basketball court comes easy because of the hard work he has put in over the years. The former R.J. Reynolds great has won championships on the high school and collegiate levels and seeks to do the same on the professional level overseas. Terry has played in 13 different countries, playing this past season in Okinawa, Japan.

Reyshawn Terry reflects on memories of UNC’s 2005 championship squad

Ryukyu Golden Kings forward Reyshawn Terry is part of a special fraternity. As a native of the Tar Heel State, Terry’s identity has been forged in part by his association with the storied North Carolina men’s basketball program, which captured its fourth NCAA title in 2005, and first under Roy Williams (the legendary Dean Smith led the school to two crowns).

Reyshawn Terry joins Ryukyu Golden Kings

The Ryukyu Golden Kings (Japan) signed a contract on November 7 with Reyshawn Terry, a native of North Carolina, to play with the team as a forward. His first appearance on the court will be the home game against Kyoto Hannaryz on Nov. 23 at Okinawa City Gym. Terry was a member, of the UNC team that won the NCAA championship in 2005.

Photo: UNC basketball family in the Dean Dome

On Wednesday, members of the Carolina basketball family were in Chapel Hill to help work UNC's basketball camp and take part in the annual player-alumni scrimmage. Pictured: Tyler Hansbrough, Ed Davis, Reyshawn Terry, Sean May, Marvin Williams, Raymond Felton, Byron Sanders, Jawad Williams, Tyler Zeller, Wayne Ellington, David Noel, Deon Thompson, and Quentin Thomas.

Art’s Angle: BOO-YA!!!

Former UNC football coach Mack Brown and Tar Heel player Reyshawn Terry, who visited after not being back for years, may have noticed all the changes to game atmosphere in the Dean Dome. It starts with an inspiring Stuart Scott video clip, pumped-up and pumped-in music and the electric voice of PA announcer Tony Gilliam, whose starting lineup calls get the blood flowing.

Tar Heel Trio Together In Pro League

Former UNC teammates Marcus Ginyard and Reyshawn Terry have reunited this summer as members of the North Carolina BALL*STARS of the Basketball Alumni Legends League. They will take on the Washington DC Dobermans on Thursday night Aug. 1 in the Pro Basketball Summer Showcase Series in Washington D.C. Former Tar Heel National Player of the Year Phil Ford is the head coach.

Lucas: Three Voices

When Danny Green struggled at UNC, he watched and learned from Reyshawn Terry. Now, seven years later, he's in the position to dispense some wisdom. So when it was over, Green went from player to player in the locker room, preaching the same message: confidence. "Whatever you do, stay confident," he told a group of three Tar Heels, who were giving him their complete attention.

Video: UNC Blue Heaven Dunk Mix

Video of some of the greatest dunks and dunkers in UNC basketball history featuring Michael Jordan, Tyler Hansbrough, Vince Carter, Julius Peppers, Kenny Smith, Rasheed Wallace, David Noel, Antawn Jamison, James Worthy, Danny Green, Reyshawn Terry, and others.

Heels in NBA Summer League - Updated

Seven former Tar Heels are on the rosters of NBA Summer League teams. Track the game-by-game stats of Raymond Felton, Jackie Manuel, Rashad McCants, David Noel, Reyshawn Terry, Jawad Williams and Brandan Wright.

Depth could be an issue if Tar Heels last the weekend

In 2003-04, only seven North Carolina players averaged more than 10 minutes played per game. During the 2005 national championship season? Eight. But coach Roy Williams had scholarship players such as Reyshawn Terry and Byron Sanders available on the bench - just in case. Entering today's noon ACC quarterfinal game against No.9 seed Miami, he has no such luxury.

Reyshawn Terry to play in Italian league

Reyshawn Terry, a former North Carolina Tar Heels product, has signed with Air Avellino (S.S. Felice Scandone) of the Italian Basketball League A. The 6-foot-8, 235-pound Terry was originally drafted 44th in the 2007 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic, but was shipped to the Dallas Mavericks on draft-day in exchange for the rights to the 60th overall pick, Milovan Rakovic, and cash.

Reyshawn Terry added to Mavericks training camp roster

Reyshawn Terry (6-8, 232) was acquired last summer in a draft night trade with Orlando. After being selected with the 44th pick, the forward was traded to Dallas for the rights to Milovan Rakovic (60th pick). Terry earned his first professional experience last season as a member of the Greek A1 League’s Aris TT Bank.

Year abroad serves Reyshawn Terry well

The opportunity is sitting out there for him to grab. Reyshawn Terry knows this summer and fall are crucial to sustaining his NBA dream. "If anything, I just want to be consistent,” Terry said recently from the Mavericks locker room lounge. “That’s my main focus. Whatever I do from Day 1, I want to do that until the end. Whether that’s to lock a man down for 48 minutes or hit a big shot, whatever I do, I want to be consistent.

Reyshawn Terry's car torched in Greece: police

A car driven by two American basketball players was set on fire Monday in the northern Greek city of Salonika, but the athletes got out unhurt. The Americans playing for local club Aris Salonika -- Jeremiah Massey and Reyshawn Terry -- were driving in an area which is a stronghold of cross-town rivals PAOK when they were attacked by five youths on motorbikes. The youths broke a car window and threw a smoke flare inside. Both players got out unhurt.

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