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Stephen Jackson doesn’t spend his summers in the gym, he spends them in the recording studio. The San Antonio Spurs forward remained adamant that Lakers forward Metta World Peace wouldn’t have a guest spot on his upcoming album. “I can’t vouch for his music,” Jackson said of World Peace during a recent appearance on Power 105.1. The disagreement between the two stems from the Malice in the Palace all those years ago. ”"If I’m with you, I’m with you and I’m going to ride with you,” Jackson said. “But as far as music, I can’t vouch for his music. … I put my career on the line for him, going into the stands and fighting. I’ll do that for any one of my brothers, but I can’t vouch for his music.” SJack isn’t letting that go anytime soon. To see the Video continue reading.-TO
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NBA player Stephen Jackson gave a hilarious interview where he dishes on NBA rappers and much more. He even says he doesn't work out in the offseason.
New York’s Power 105.1 is privileged to be home to The Breakfast Club. The a.m. radio show is off-the-meter with it’s cocktail of edgy interviews and commentary from the hip hop perspective.
The San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson stopped by the show and provided them with what is certain to be a conversation that won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
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Stephen Jackson has been in the NBA for a very long time, and he hasn’t exactly come across as a highly-motivated player during his 12-year career. Jackson is incredibly passionate about rapping, and it seems like he spends more of his offseason time writing rhymes than he does in the gym. That’s probably because he does.
In fact, Jackson spends no time in the gym at all during...
San Antonio Spurs' Stephen Jackson's offseason seems to be filled mainly with promoting his upcoming rap album, "Jack of all Trades."
And that promotional tour rages on as Jackson was a guest on Power 105.1 to talk about his album but when asked about his offseason training, Stephen says he usually takes it slow and never works out. Something he admits the...
San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson went on a popular New York City radio show on Power 105.1 called The Breakfast Club to talk about never playing basketball in the summer, how most current and former NBA players are wack rappers, how he cut ties with Ron Artest and what happened in the strip club.
I bet Greg Popovich was hoping Jackson played some ball in the offseason...
San Antonio Spurs' Stephen Jackson says he doesn't work out much in the offseason but DeJuan Blair sure does.
Blair, who has been criticized for his fluctuating weight, seems to have been hitting the gym hard in anticipation of the upcoming season. Not to mention it is a contract season for Blair which also serves as extra motivation to earn a contract extension with...
The San Antonio Spurs in 2011-2012, but even their veteran prowess could defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder; despite all that how did their off-season matchup? Additions and Subtractions: Drafted Marcus Denmon, re-signed Patty Mills, Danny Green, Boris Diaw, Tim Duncan; Signed Nando De Colo, Derrick Brown (non-guaranteed). The San Antonio Spurs had one hell [...]The post Grading...
The San Antonio Spurs training camp and season opener are just days away and all Spurs fans are looking forward to seeing their favorite team back in action. Including Manu Ginobili's kids.
As Manu prepares to make another run at a title with the Spurs, his kids wished him well as he makes his way to San Antonio.
Check out Manu's twins sending their father off...
It's a tradition in the NBA for any rookie entering their first season in the league - hazing. Whether it be practical jokes, carrying a teammates' bags or worse, any rookie should expect to get the rookie treatment even if you have been a pro overseas like San Antonio Spurs' Nando De Colo.
And as Nando enters his rookie season, what better player to get the rookie...
NBA.com's John Schumann penned an article yesterday discussing the moves that have been made in the offseason in the Southwest Division.
Or the lack of moves, in the San Antonio Spurs' situation.
While we've seen many new faces in new places, the Spurs made minimal changes to a team that had a NBA Finals appearance in sight last season. The coaching staff and...
NBA players and their fashion selections has been a hot topic the last couple months. There usually isn’t any middle ground, you either love it or hate it. Count Spurs Stephen Jackson as one who is not for the daring haberdashery that has dotted the NBA’s landscape recently. The always TRILL Jackson took to Instagram [...]
Former San Antonio Spurs player Ime Udoka will be back in the silver and black this coming season, though he won’t be dawning the typical Spurs jersey fans are accustomed to seeing him wear. Instead he’ll most likely be wearing a Spurs polo or some sort of business suit.
In an entertaining piece by Ken Rodriguez for Spurs.com, Rodriguez explains how Udoka made the decision...
If you’ve never heard of the Austin Toro’s new head coach, Taylor Jenkins, it’s because he hasn’t been around for very long.
He actually got his start about six years ago as an intern with the San Antonio Spurs because his grandmother knows Spurs owner Peter Holt. She introduced the two and Jenkins was thrown right into the mix, helping the Spurs prepare for the upcoming...
Stephen Jackson spoke loudly with his actions on that fateful night in Detroit in 2004. When a Pistons fan threw a beer cup at Ron Artest, Jackson boldly followed his Pacers teammate into the stands to engage in one of the ugliest brawls in sports history. So when Jackson calls Artest (now known as Metta World Peace) "one of my brothers," as Jackson did on the 1051 Breakfast...
Man, Jack keeps it 100, always. Hit the 2:35 mark.