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Friday, March 26th, 2010 at 9:00 am  |  17 responses

Jerry Stackhouse, the Permanent Temp

Stack likes being a temporary worker so much, that he may continue to do it until retirement. Reports FanHouse: “Stackhouse, 35, joined the Milwaukee Bucks midway through the season after receiving no offers previously for a guaranteed contract. Stackhouse is averaging 8.1 points for a team that is 23-8 since he first suited up Jan. 20. It’s gone so well Stackhouse is thinking he’d like to continue with this job of being a temporary NBA player. So next season, in order to keep additional wear and tear off his aging body, he might again wait until the campaign is half over to join a team. ‘I might just try to do the same route I did this year,’ said the shooting guard, who signed Jan. 18 after Milwaukee had lost starting shooting guard Michael Redd for the season due to a knee injury. ‘Just kind of catch on, hook on (midway through next season) to rest the legs a little bit longer.”’

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  • Ken

    Remember when he lead the league in points scored? That feels forever ago…

  • peter

    Remember when he was supposed to be the next Jordan?

  • underdog

    Smart. Just ask Shaq. He’s been doing this since 2003.

  • http://www.hoopsvibe.com/features/overdribbling chiqo

    so i guess stack will be hoping that shooting guards suffer season-ending injuries every year around january?

  • MikeC.

    I’m gonna run this theory by my boss. I’ll tell her that I’ll be much fresher and more productive if I only have to work half the year.

  • Logues

    he’s only 35? wow, that means he could be playing for another five yrs

  • barnabusb

    He’s going to blow out a knee doing that crazy free throw stance so low to the ground.

  • Stillballin

    That’s not a bad idea..older body needs more rest.. So can go back playing fresh.. Hehe!!

  • Stillballin

    He just want to be a part time baller!! Hehe!!

  • The Philosopher

    Stackhouse always had heart.

  • barnabusb

    He also always had punches to Christian Laettner’s face.

  • The Philosopher

    Shout out to Jay Humphries.

  • http://slamonline BossTerry

    he used to be one of my favorite guys.. He wont win a ring as a Buck but I think hes a great guy to have on a young team. unlike other guys who made a comeback this year- J.Will. Bender. Harpring (is he even playing? i know utah traded him to OKC)

  • The Philosopher

    Shout out to Randy Brewer.

  • The Philosopher

    Shout out to Brad Lohaus.

  • al

    shout out to dennis rodman….
    comeback at age 47 , half a season @every five year interval..

  • chintao

    No love for Sidney Moncrief? I guess if you’re in Beijing, you might as well be dead.

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