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Jerry Stackhouse News & Bio


Name:Jerry Stackhouse
Hometown:Kinston, NC
High School:Kinston
Born:November 5, 1974 (45)
Height/Weight:6-6, 218
Position:Forward
Notes:Basketball, 1993 McDonald's All-American
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Jerry Stackhouse Lived Part Of "The Last Dance"
Jerry Stackhouse was more than just an observer during the Chicago Bulls' second three-peat—he was a rival, having been drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in...

Commit of the Week: Dontrez Styles to North Carolina
Kinston High has sent Jerry Stackhouse and Reggie Bullock to play at North Carolina. Both were stars in Chapel Hill before moving on to the...

Three-star Akeem Odusipe commits to Vanderbilt
2020 3-star power forward Akeem Odusipe committed to Vanderbilt and coach Jerry Stackhouse on Wednesday. Odusipe, a 6-foot-9, 215-pounder, committed to the Commodores over Maryland,...

Discussing Possible Successors To Roy Williams, Coach K
Does UNC go outside the family with someone like Chris Mack, Tony Bennett, or Jay Wright, or do the Tar Heels stick with those who...

Jerry Stackhouse wishes he 'never played in Washington' with Wizards, Michael Jordan
You know that old expression about never meeting your heroes? Jerry Stackhouse learned that lesson the hard way. The longtime NBA guard and current Vanderbilt...

Will Dontrez Styles be next in Kinston to Chapel Hill pipeline?
From Jerry Stackhouse to Reggie Bullock, Kinston High has produced several North Carolina standouts. Dontrez Styles might be next. On Monday, the four-star forward received...

Triangle Timehop: Today in local college basketball history (March 25)
March 25, 1995: No. 2-seed North Carolina knocks off 1-seed Kentucky 74-61 to advance to the Final Four. Jerry Stackhouse shot just 3 of 9...

Jerry Stackhouse can Coach. Ask John Calipari. I did
Jerry Stackhouse can coach basketball. In year one, with two of his best players down with injuries, Stackhouse has his Vanderbilt team competing. It's not...

Despite the record, Vanderbilt basketball looks to have a keeper in Jerry Stackhouse
Vanderbilt isn’t playing like a 9-15 team, having beaten one of the SEC's best in LSU last week and twice going toe-to-toe with another of...

Jerry Stackhouse, Vanderbilt Snap 26-Game SEC Skid By Upsetting No. 18 LSU 99-90
Saben Lee scored 33 points and Vanderbilt upset No. 18 LSU 99-90 on Wednesday to end the SEC's longest regular-season skid at 26 straight games...


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