Found August 23, 2012 on
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Stephen Jackson returned to San Antonio in March when the Spurs reacquired the guard in a trade with the Golden State Warriors.
And if it were up to Jackson, his second stint in San Antonio will be his last.
"If things work out here in San Antonio, I wouldn't mind finishing my career there," Jackson told Grantland.com.
But, Jackson, who has played for seven different NBA teams during his 12-year career, understands that the decision might not be up to him.
"You know, it's a business," Jackson said. "I'm one of those guys that doesn't mind going to play somewhere else. I've been on seven different teams."
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Back in 2003, one of the lasting memories of the San Antonio Spurs' march to the NBA crown was seeing the fire and passion from Stephen Jackson. Then he was a young buck, brash, vocal on the court (and on the bench) and ready to take a clutch shot since we all know he like to make "love" to pressure.
But as soon as the season was over, Jackson left the Spurs...
When asked by Grantland.com, Stephen Jackson had this to say about his future in San Antonio:
“I don’t know. If things work out in San Antonio I wouldn’t mind finishing my career there. But you know it’s a business and I’m one of those guys that doesn’t mind going to play somewhere else. I’ve been on seven different teams.”
Sounds like the Spurs need to show Jack...
Stephen Jackson wouldn't mind finishing his career with the Spurs.
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Of course we will bury in our collective minds the horrific "fiesta colors"...
It was a short-lived time with the San Antonio Spurs for Marcus Denmon after being selected at No. 59 at the 2012 NBA Draft. He spent time with the Spurs Summer League team and soon after, he signed with French team Elan Chalon to continue developing his basketball skills.
But unlike many other late Spurs' draft picks who are stashed away, never to be heard from again...
It's been a more active than normal summer for basketball. The NBA Finals bled right in to the NBA Draft, which bled right in to NBA Free Agency which bled right in the Olympics. Now the Olympics are over and training camp is over a month away. This is officially the NBA's summer doldrums. Because of the relative lack of team activity, writers, sites and blogs...
On Monday, when I wrote a small post about NBA players, front office staff and owners supporting Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, I never quite expected what was coming next.
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While I will not state...
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Jermain Defoe has been linked with...
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Hungary (1-1) defeated Austria 81-75 in a close game, and though Hanga wasn’t...