Jerry Stackhouse

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Kidd: Mavs Deal's Alive and Well

Hassell, Van Horn will replace balky pawns George, Stackhouse

(Newser) - Reluctant trade pieces Devean George and Jerry Stackhouse got their way and will be staying in Dallas—but Jason Kidd is likely joining them regardless, reports ESPN. The blockbuster deal for the veteran Nets point guard will include Mavs Keith Van Horn and Trenton Hassell instead, along with Devin Harris,... More »

NBA Nixes Stackhouse Return to Mavs

If Dallas trades him to Nets, he can't re-sign with his old team

(Newser) - Jason Kidd's road to Dallas runs into more road blocks every day, and now the journey may never be completed, reports ESPN. Friday the NBA told the Mavericks that Jerry Stackhouse can be part of the trade with the New Jersey Nets, but he can’t return to the Mavs... More »

No Kidding: George Nixes Deal

Mavs forward would have been part of seven-player deal sending Jason Kidd to Dallas

(Newser) - The New Jersey Nets were on the verge of trading Jason Kidd to the Dallas Mavericks, but Mavs forward Devean George has exercised his right to block the trade, reports ESPN. The NBA's latest blockbuster deal would have sent Devin Harris, Jerry Stackhouse, DeSagana Diop, Maurice Ager, and George to... More »

Payback for the Pistons

Detroit avenges blowout loss to Dallas, 90-67

(Newser) - Detroit avenged a brutal loss at Dallas with a 90-67 blowout at home of the hurting Mavericks, who were missing two key guards. Pistons center Rasheed Wallace applied brutal pressure on Dallas's Dirk Nowitzki, who ended up with a decidedly un-Dirk-like 3-for-18 day from the field. Josh Howard also shot... More »

Denver Blasts Past Mavs' Soft D

Dallas's 122-109 loss is 6th in 9 games

(Newser) - Dirk Nowitzki posted 32 points and 12 boards, but the Mavericks otherwise looked dreadful in a 122-109 collapse to Denver. On top of 33% shooting in the critical fourth quarter and 19 turnovers (to the Nuggets' eight), Dallas gave up a season high point tally in a game Nowitzki described... More »

Mavs Clinch West’s Top Seed; Clippers Fall to 9th

Dallas win allows team to rest up for playoffs

(Newser) - The Dallas Mavericks clinched the NBA’s best record and the number one seed in the Western Conference playoffs, winning 96-86 over the Los Angeles Clippers at home yesterday. With five games remaining in the regular season, the Mavs can now afford to rest stars Dirk Nowitzki and Jerry Stackhouse... More »

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