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All the racial slurs I done heard…All the things I heard about my mom, and my basketball game and my kids, all this. It felt good to punch a fan one time.
— Stephen Jackson, reflecting on the Malice in the Palace

In Case You Missed It…

"Lonely at the Top" by Stephen Jackson featuring Kevin Durant 

from Stak5’s mixtape, "Jack of All Trades"

(by icedout210)

Stak5 “Lonely At The Top” feat. Kevin Durant

Stak5 “Lonely At The Top” feat. Kevin Durant

Stephen Jackson isn’t down with the fashion in today’s NBA. 

Stephen Jackson isn’t down with the fashion in today’s NBA. 

Those mother******s were just better than us.
Tweet of the Night

Tweet of the Night

This is just a guess because it’s anyone’s guess what Charles Barkley meant by it, but I think Stephen Jackson took a “Cliff Robinson shower.”

This is just a guess because it’s anyone’s guess what Charles Barkley meant by it, but I think Stephen Jackson took a “Cliff Robinson shower.”

Stephen Jackson doesn’t care about your fantasy team, you clown. 
@Suga_Shane
Via SportsGrid

Stephen Jackson doesn’t care about your fantasy team, you clown. 

@Suga_Shane

Via SportsGrid

If You Have The Time, Please Read Grantland’s Oral HIstory on “Malice in the Palace”
The impact that this one night has had on the NBA is unmeasurable. 

If You Have The Time, Please Read Grantland’s Oral HIstory on “Malice in the Palace”

The impact that this one night has had on the NBA is unmeasurable. 

You guys, Stephen Jackson’s new Twitter avatar is awesome. (shoutout @cardboardgerald)

You guys, Stephen Jackson’s new Twitter avatar is awesome. (shoutout @cardboardgerald)

(pic via: thegrandarchives)
Great Untold Stories of the NBA
…at halftime the Pacers honored captain Stephen Jackson by introducing the only man in the world more pissed off in the face than him for a 45 minute motivational speech.
[SlapClap]

(pic via: thegrandarchives)

Great Untold Stories of the NBA

…at halftime the Pacers honored captain Stephen Jackson by introducing the only man in the world more pissed off in the face than him for a 45 minute motivational speech.

[SlapClap]

Michael Jordan stares at Stephen Jackson, silently commanding him to grow a Hitler mustache.
(SK)
(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Michael Jordan stares at Stephen Jackson, silently commanding him to grow a Hitler mustache.

(SK)

(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Selected Quotes from Stephen Jackson at the Golden State Warriors Media Day:
[On wanting to be traded and requesting a trade during the summer]: “Don’t ask me questions I already answered. I feel the same way I felt last time. Y’all know I got fined, so don’t ask me the questions if you don’t want me to get fined. Kobe (Bryant) said the same thing two years ago and didn’t get a fine, but we’re not going to beat a dead horse. They know they’re wrong. But I can’t beat the NBA so I’ve got to roll with it.”
"You want me to send you an e-mail, Facebook or something? I’m a grown man, I have six kids, I’m married now, so I speak my mind. I thought I had freedom of speech but obviously I don’t."
"Every year I’ve lost somebody I felt helped me get to that, with Baron (Davis), Jason (Richardson), Al. It felt like I’m next. It feels like we’re not getting better. It’s no disrespect to guys on the team. I love all the guys on the team and I’m not saying the job couldn’t get done with them, but at the same time I came into this game a winner and I want to continue to be a winner."
Another highlight of team harmony at media day comes from Warriors’ guard Monta Ellis regarding playing with rookie Stephen Curry:
From NBA Fanhouse:

"Us together? No," Ellis said. "Can’t. We just can’t. … Just can’t."
Someone then jumped in and said to Ellis: “Do you understand, they (the Warriors and coach Don Nelson) say you can?
"They say you can?" Ellis repeated. "They say you can … but you can’t. I just want to win and you’re not going to win that way."

"It’s different," Ellis said. "When you’re trying to compare Stephen and you’re trying to go back with me and Baron (Davis) playing. It’s a different situation. You’ve got a nine-year veteran who has been in the game and understands the game and knows how to play the game and he’s got a big body.
 “You can’t put two small guys out there and play the one and the two. You’ve got big two-guards in the league. You just can’t do it. Yes, you’re going to move up and down but eventually the game is going to slow down. You can’t do it.”

Selected Quotes from Stephen Jackson at the Golden State Warriors Media Day:

  • [On wanting to be traded and requesting a trade during the summer]: “Don’t ask me questions I already answered. I feel the same way I felt last time. Y’all know I got fined, so don’t ask me the questions if you don’t want me to get fined. Kobe (Bryant) said the same thing two years ago and didn’t get a fine, but we’re not going to beat a dead horse. They know they’re wrong. But I can’t beat the NBA so I’ve got to roll with it.”
  • "You want me to send you an e-mail, Facebook or something? I’m a grown man, I have six kids, I’m married now, so I speak my mind. I thought I had freedom of speech but obviously I don’t."
  • "Every year I’ve lost somebody I felt helped me get to that, with Baron (Davis), Jason (Richardson), Al. It felt like I’m next. It feels like we’re not getting better. It’s no disrespect to guys on the team. I love all the guys on the team and I’m not saying the job couldn’t get done with them, but at the same time I came into this game a winner and I want to continue to be a winner."

Another highlight of team harmony at media day comes from Warriors’ guard Monta Ellis regarding playing with rookie Stephen Curry:

From NBA Fanhouse:

"Us together? No," Ellis said. "Can’t. We just can’t. … Just can’t."

Someone then jumped in and said to Ellis: “Do you understand, they (the Warriors and coach Don Nelson) say you can?

"They say you can?" Ellis repeated. "They say you can … but you can’t. I just want to win and you’re not going to win that way."

"It’s different," Ellis said. "When you’re trying to compare Stephen and you’re trying to go back with me and Baron (Davis) playing. It’s a different situation. You’ve got a nine-year veteran who has been in the game and understands the game and knows how to play the game and he’s got a big body.


“You can’t put two small guys out there and play the one and the two. You’ve got big two-guards in the league. You just can’t do it. Yes, you’re going to move up and down but eventually the game is going to slow down. You can’t do it.”

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