Tag:Jerry Stackhouse
Posted on: April 7, 2009 1:01 pm

Stackhouse's status remains questionable

Dallas Mavericks veteran Jerry Stackhouse is unlikely to play again this season, and has not been able to practice with the team recently, the Dallas Morning News reports.

Stackhouse has missed all but 10 games for the Mavs this season due to a foot injury that doesn't seem to be healing properly. Stackhouse sat out for more than three months before playing two games on the foot, and deciding he needed more time to heal.

Mavs president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson said they do not rule out Stackhouse's return, despite the seeming improbability of it.

"You never know what might happen in the playoffs," he said.


Posted on: February 4, 2009 11:37 am
Edited on: February 6, 2009 6:27 pm

Kings very busy as trade deadline nears

The Sacramento Bee
reports that the Kings are said to be one of the busiest teams in the NBA right now regarding trade talks. It is believed that no Kings player other than Kevin Martin is totally off the table, depending on the type of offer Sacramento gets.

John Salmons is said to the the player drawing the most interest from other teams, with the Oklahoma City Thunder very interested in acquiring him. The Thunder reportedly offered veteran forward Joe Smith for Salmons, but the Bee reports that there is no indication one way or the other about whether the Thunder would part with draft picks or a younger player to close a deal for Salmons.

Besides Salmons, Beno Udrih has reportedly drawn some interest from the Dallas Mavericks, who would like to add him as a backup for Jason Kidd and would send Jerry Stackhouse , among other players or commodities, to the Kings in return.

Mikki Moore reportedly told the Bee that the New Jersey Nets are interested in bringing him back to the east coast. Additionally, the Nets had offered Maurice Ager for Quincy Douby earlier in the season.

Posted on: January 12, 2009 11:44 am

Bobcats, Mavs, Thunder trade in works?

The Charlotte Observer reports that there is a potential three-way trade brewing between the Bobcats, the Dallas Mavericks and the Oklahoma City Thunder. The deal would reportedly involve the Bobcats getting rid of Raymond Felton and backup C Nazr Mohammed, whose contract calls for roughly $13.3 million through the 2009-10 season.

"It wouldn't be fair for me to speculate on any rumors," Bobcats general manager Rod Higgins said, as quoted by the Observer. "In the NBA, you're constantly talking to other teams. It's impossible to know if any deal would happen."

Other reports have Sean May also involved in the trade, with all three Bobcats going to Dallas. The Mavericks would reportedly give up DeSagana Diop to Charlotte, while the Thunder would send Earl Watson to Charlotte and receive Jerry Stackhouse and a future second-round draft pick.

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