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Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 at 8:44 am  |  9 responses

Stephen Jackson Wouldn’t Mind Finishing Career in San Antonio


Journeyman Stephen Jackson, who has played on seven different NBA teams, says in an ideal world, he would love to finish his career with Gregg Popovich and Co. But the 34-year-old Jackson also knows—perhaps better than most—that, first and foremost, this is a business. Via a Q+A in the BeaumontEnterprise: “Q: What was the experience like going back to the Spurs this year? A: It was a blessing. When I left (in 2003) it was kind of sour because we had just won a championship and I wanted to go back. But the contract and business part didn’t work. But going back this time was extra sweet to be back with the team I won a championship. Q: How much longer do you envision playing? A: I don’t know. If things work out in San Antonio I wouldn’t mind finishing my career there. But you know it’s a business and I’m one of those guys that doesn’t mind going to play somewhere else. I’ve been on seven different teams.”

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  • http://slam FLIGHT 9

    HEAT WILL NOT REPEAT!!!

  • Cash cow

    It’s all about the Benjamin’s

  • MUBWAR

    what does this article have to do with the heat? but while we’re here, they just sign Jesus Shuttlesworth and rashard lewis. add to the core of mike miller battier chalmers and even bosh, the heat are unzonable(if that’s even a word). I did even mention the big boys yet did I?

  • http://www.slamonline.com spit hot fiyah

    still waiting for s-jax to put Popovich on one of his singles

  • http://slam renegades23

    nice Spurs. Go Spurs!!! Heat Sucks !!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdPcGP8-niM nbk troll

    I dont think any other teams really want him like that.

  • http://thahiphopcorner.com Kevin

    I hope he stays in San Antonio. What he did in Game 6 of the WCF was amazing, just too bad nobody else stepped up to help him

  • LA Huey

    spit hot, apparently, SJax got Durant to do a single with him. Help me keep an eye out for it.

  • Richard Jenkins

    have a great year

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