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Notorious dark alley guy Jerry Stackhouse stopped by Highly Questionable and talked kicking ass and taking names. Be sure to stick around for some of that good old a cappella that Jerry’s also known for at the end (I guess…..?)
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Jerry Stackhouse gave an interview on Tuesday in which he detailed his playing days, and specifically some of the fights which he partook in. Stackhouse at one point made another NBA player bleed and also mentioned that he never really regretted any of them, but came close to feeling sorry about the Laettner squabble. Just phenomenal.
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Jerry Stackhouse was a guest on ESPN's Highly Questionable and gave us quite the insight on NBA fights.
Stackhouse started off talking about how he had to fight for everything growing up but it soon turned into a discussion on any scraps he got into while he has been in the NBA.
From Kirk Snyder to Christian Laettner, Stack opened up on fights he got into during his time...
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