Terrance Woodbury got his chance and he ran with it. After making a D-League roster, Terrance put together an impressive season, averaging 11 points and 3 rebounds per game for the Austin Toros.
Woodbury was even better during the playoffs. In the finals against the L.A. D-Fenders, Terrance averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds. Austin won the championship last weekend, and Terrance was a big part of the story. He scored 12 points and grabbed 6 rebounds in the championship game, adding a steal, a block and an assist to his totals.
What’s next for Woodbury? He’s hoping to make an NBA roster. The natural fit would be for the Toros’ NBA sponsor, the San Antonio Spurs, to give him a look, but Woodbury would fit with any team seeking an inexpensive shooter and great locker room guy.