Found March 03, 2012 on
The Sports Bank:
Plenty of names will be floated around in the next week-plus as the NBA trade deadline approaches on March 15th. Over the next week, I am going to take a look at which players are likely to be dealt and what teams might be interested in acquiring said player. Stephen Jackson seems to have already worn out his welcome with the Milwaukee Bucks and could be moved.
In his first season in Milwaukee, Jackson hasn’t exactly fit in with the Bucks and head coach Scott Skiles. He has battled injury but even when healthy, has seen his playing time dip as of late. Jackson recently had a brief but poignant rant on Twitter saying, “If u call wanting to earn your money and wanting to win a “Headcase” then I’m that. Been a great teammate for 12 yrs. Ask anyone.” A change of scenery would greatly benefit Jackson and I’m sure the Bucks would love to find a suitor for his services.
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Most jocks I’ve come across don’t really care for fantasy sports. Especially now that social networks are so dominant and fans won’t hesitate to reach out to an athlete and express their displeasure of said player’s individual stat line. Most just ignore those tweets but not Bucks star Stephen Jackson. I mean… LMAOOOOOOO that’s funny! [...]
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