STU JACKSON RUMORS & GOSSIP
Stu Jackson was interviewed for the Pistons’ general manager position, and could be a leading candidate for the job. (Kris Krug, Flickr)
Since the whirlwind of Stan Van Gundy’s hiring and the Detroit Pistons losing out on the draft lottery, there hasn’t been much new news to report with regards to the team until this week.
Still in need of a general manager, the Pistons reportedly...
Stan Van Gundy was hired to be the main decision-maker in Detroit. SVG will be start the process of making his first big decision, hiring a general manager. The Pistons will interview Stu Jackson this week as part of their search for a general manager, according to Chris Haynes of CSNNW. The Pistons are also expected to […]
Stu Jackson, the NBA’s former executive vice president of basketball operations, will interview for the Detroit Pistons’ vacant general manger post, a league source informed CSNNW.com.
Jackson, 58, is scheduled to have his interview with Stan Van Gundy, the team’s newest head coach and president of basketball operations, shortly after the Memorial Day Weekend.
Former NBA executive vice president of operations Stu Jackson is joining NBA TV, providing analysis on rules, discipline and other areas that he oversaw in the league office.
He also will take questions from fans on Twitter and give his insights on NBA.com.
Jackson left his position on Aug. 1 after more than 13 years at the league, where he was in charge of all matters relating...
Via AP on Fox
December 05, 2013
The NBA says executive vice president of basketball operations Stu Jackson is leaving his position on Aug. 1, and Rod Thorn will return to the league office as president of basketball operations.
Jackson spent more than 13 years at the league. In his current position, he is in charge of all rules, conduct and discipline on the court. He informed Commissioner David Stern and other...
Via AP on Fox
July 10, 2013
Another day, another rumor in the ongoing saga of the new Big East Conference’s search for a commissioner. The search for the past few weeks has switched from someone with college background to a more broader based, marketing oriented with a New York City base. With that in mind, the NBA and Major League Baseball were regarded as prime… Read More
Once Mark Jackson made his “hit men” comments heard ’round the world after Game 5 in Denver on Tuesday, immediate speculation was that the coach was attempting to sway the refs to the Warriors’ favor for Game 6.
The NBA agrees that was Jackson’s motive and has fined him. Here’s the NBA’s press release:
Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson has been fined $25...
Stu Jackson, NBA Executive Vice President Basketball Operations announced today that Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson has been slapped with a $25,000 fine for making public comments ‘in an attempt to influence the officiating.’ Mark Jackson’s comments were in regards to how the Nuggets were a bit “dirty” in Game 5.
In game 5, being down 3-1 the Nuggets wanted...
The NBA is making some changes to their All-Star Game voting procedure. They are eliminating the center position and have an alternative plan.
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