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San Antonio Spurs' Stephen Jackson is known for his clutch-shooting, intensity on the court, and brashness whenever he steps foot on the hardwood. Off the court, he is also a pretty good rapper and has an upcoming album set to hit the shelves.
But who really is Jackson? Is he the intense player on the court or is he the rapper? According to Jackson there is a difference between the basketball player and the rapper where he goes by the name, "Stak5."
Jackson admits his rapping and songs reveal the true Stephen Jackson where he can be normal and away from the cameras.
Check out "Stak5" speaking with News 4 WOAI's David Chancellor about his rap career, hard living in Port Arthur, Texas, singing in the church choir, why Tony Parker's rap career didn't take off, and more.
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San Antonio Spurs' Stephen Jackson continues his media march when it comes to promoting his upcoming rap album set to release later this month. Jackson, who goes by the rap name "Stak5," recently said his rap persona reflects the real Jackson when it comes to him expressing his true feelings and continues to promote his budding music career.
In this interview with...
San Antonio Spurs’ guard, Stephen Jackson’s session with the media after Saturday’s pre-season game turned into an impromptu rap session when he gave the media a preview of his upcoming album, which he says features Kevin Durant and Baron Davis – but ultimately claimed he was “by far, seriously” the best rapping athlete. You be the judge, check out the video:
If you’re like me, seeing Eddy Curry on the Spurs’ preseason roster was a bit of a surprise. We all know how much help the Spurs need in the post, but Curry has been considered a disappointment since he was drafted fourth overall in the 2001 Draft.
Curry has a documented history of being overweight and out of shape, and he’s had some heart problems that have kept him out...
Another San Antonio Spurs training camp is in the books as the team prepares for their next preseason game versus Atlanta.
Project Spurs was at today's practice and here are some quotes and notes from today's media session.
Boris Diaw on having a full training camp with San Antonio.
"It's better. You get to play from the beginning. Get to...
On Saturday, San Antonio Spurs guard Nando De Colo made his preseason debut as the Spurs defeated Montepaschi Siena by 29 points in the AT&T Center. For De Colo, playing an Italian club was a familiar experience, though playing an Italian team in the United States may have been something that he hadn’t imagined before. Before De Colo scored two points, dished three assists...
Cory Joseph led the charge in Las Vegas at the 2012 NBA Summer League for the San Antonio Spurs. He also began to prepare for the 2016 Rio games with Canada, and on Saturday Joseph showed off his improved game in the Spurs’ first preseason win over Montepaschi Siena.
Joseph didn’t play in first half of the game, but he started the second half and made an immediate impact...
For international players finally finding themselves in NBA training camps, which started last week, it signals one of the finals steps in the journey from making it from international prospect to NBA-caliber player.
For Nando De Colo, he knows he's here now in San Antonio after being drafted in 2009, but nothing is taken for granted.
The Spurs have a stockpile of guards...
The San Antonio Spurs will next play the Atlanta Hawks tomorrow night at the AT&T Center in preseason action. However, they will be without guard Patty Mills who suffered a sprained ankle and will be out of action for a couple of games.
Patty Mills will miss the next two preseason games with a sprained right ankle.
— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) October 9, 2012
Former San Antonio Spurs defensive ace Bruce Bowen might have been able to lock down the league's best perimeter players during his time in the NBA but it seems he also can cut a rug.
Bowen, who helped promote NBA 3X in Spain, got caught up in a dance off with a participant when this happened. Check out Bowen getting down to "Let me clear my throat," by DJ Kool.
The San Antonio Spurs got their first preseason win over Montepaschi Siena beating the Italian team 106-77. And though the game was a complete blow-out for the Spurs, fans also got to see forward Viktor Sanikidze who the Spurs own his rights since trading for him with the Hawks at the 2004 NBA Draft.
Sanikidze finished with five points and after the game, Project Spurs caught...
For those of you who really feel like the Spurs can win it all this year, you could make a nice chunk of change if you’re convicted enough to put some money on it.
The Spurs are currently at 18/1 to win the title (h/t Dan McCarney, Express News) this year on the popular betting site Bovada. This puts them tied for fifth with the Boston Celtics.
The best odds to win it all?...
It's been a while since we last checked up on San Antonio Spurs 2011 NBA draft pick Adam Hanga and it seems he is thrilling the crowds as usual.
Hanga, who is currently playing for Spainish team Basquet Manresa, nailed a three-point shot with three seconds left in the second quarter in a recent game versus Gran Canaria. Check out Hanga's buzzer beater and his reaction...