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Stackhouse's career tough to measure

Jerry Stackhouse has either been in the right place at the wrong time or the wrong place at the right time

Originally Published: August 13, 2003
By By Terry Brown | NBA Insider
Jerry Stackhouse has either been in the right place at the wrong time or the wrong place at the right time and maybe we shouldn't be expecting anything different this year.

In his eight seasons in the NBA, the Washington Wizard shooting guard has been a willing teammate of Allen Iverson, Grant Hill and Michael Jordan while being traded for the likes of Theo Ratliff, Aaron Mckie, Richard Hamilton, Hubert Davis and Bobby Simmons.

He's scored more than 12,000 points in the NBA but played in only 18 playoff games and two all-star games but one comparison might put it into better perspective:

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