Jordan & Stackhouse 1:18:24 8.58 PM

19 de ene. de 2024 · 4m 10s
Jordan & Stackhouse 1:18:24 8.58 PM
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Story by: Gail Nobles Cover Art by: Gail Nobles Hello! I'm Gail Nobles. Welcome to EPS Inside Look. Today’s topic is Jordan and Stackhouse. According to pass headlines, Jerry Stackhouse...

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Story by: Gail Nobles
Cover Art by: Gail Nobles

Hello! I'm Gail Nobles. Welcome to EPS Inside Look. Today’s topic is Jordan and Stackhouse. According to pass headlines, Jerry Stackhouse had some regrets playing with Michael Jordan on the Washington Wizards team, but they must have thought an awfully lot of Stackhouse to put him on a team with Jordan. Jerry Stackhouse was known for his scoring ability. I loved to see him slam dunk as well. He was an attractive player in that way to me and reminded me of Michael Jordan.

When most people think about the NBA, they think of Michael Jordan as the greatest NBA player of all time. That he is, but I can't ignore Jerry Stackhouse. People look at scores and numbers, but I saw a great player in Stackhouse. I think he did well in the game of basketball. Jerry Stackhouse had an outstanding performance in the game against the Chicago Bulls while playing for the Detroit Pistons. He showcased his skills and abilities on the court contributing significantly to the team success. Jerry's excellent performance was awesome and leading the Pistons to victory and the Chicago Bulls were a very tough team to play against.

Michael Jordan had not retired at the time when Jerry Stackhouse was on the Pistons team. Jerry Stackhouse played for the Detroit Pistons from 1997 to 2002, while Michael Jordan retired for the first time from professional basketball from 1993 to 1995, and then again from 1999 to 2001. Stackhouse played two seasons with the Pistons before being traded to the Washington Wizards in 2002.

The Washington Wizards were not successful during the time when Michael Jordan and Jerry Stackhouse were on the team together. Jordan joined the Wizards as a player and part owner in 2001, and Stackhouse was traded from the Detroit Pistons in 2002 if I'm not mistaken.
Stackhouse mentioned that it was a challenging time for him and that he wished he had never played in Washington, and for a number of reasons. I guess that Stackhouse felt that he was doing well before he got traded. Maybe he felt that he was doing better with his teammates with the Pistons and that could have affected his performance on the court. The coaching style was different I'm sure on the Wizards team then on the Pistons team. It could have been a number of things.

But to me, no matter what the outcome was with him playing with Jordan, I still saw a great player in Stackhouse. But I think the reason Stackhouse thought he was a better player because on the Pistons team, maybe he saw the opportunity to succeed with better support. However it was good that Stackhouse had his experience with Jordan.

I'm Gail Nobles thank you for listening to EPS Inside Look.
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