14. Jason Terry
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One of the things you want from a sixth man is instant offense, and it’s always nice to have a player who can play multiple positions. Jason Terry has served both of those purposes over his career, with the 6-foot-2 combo guard possessing the ability to run the point or slide over to the two and become a volume scorer. A starter for most of his career, Terry morphed into a modern day Vinnie Johnson midway through his run with the Mavericks. At the end of the 2008-09 season, Terry was tabbed as the NBA Sixth Man of the Year after pumping in 19.6 points-per-game, while adding 3.4 assists and 1.4 steals. The “Jet” used his ability to drive and finish as well as his outside shooting ability to become a perfect running mate to Dirk Nowitzki, a role he continued to thrive in as he helped the Mavs with an NBA title in 2010-11.