VIDEO: Jerry Stackhouse talks about his history of fighting in the NBA
Eighteen-year NBA veteran Jerry Stackhouse talks about his history of fighting with his brother and NBA players, and even sings a couple of bars.
Whenever there is an altercation in an NBA game, we immediately get sucked into a conversation of which players actually want to fight and which players are "fake tough." NBA veteran Jerry Stackhouse has never had to deal with the label of being a "fake tough guy" on or off the court. In fact, he has quite the reputation for finishing off fights and being a guy people wanted to avoid.
On the ESPN2 show Dan Le Batard is Highly Questionable, Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones interviewed Stackhouse, most recently with the Brooklyn Nets, about his family history and the fights he's been in throughout the league. He even sang for Le Batard's dad. From the surprise fight with Jeff Hornacek to an altercation with Kirk Snyder that he was later thanked for, Stackhouse had no problem clearing the air on his fisticuffs history.
It's quite the enjoyable conversation.
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