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Jerry Stackhouse #42 Philadelphia 76ers (1995-1997) - Detroit Pistons (1997-2002)

Position : Guard / Forward

Nickname : Stack

Height : 6'6"

Weight : 218

Birthdate : February 17, 1963

College : University of North Carolina, Class of 1997

NBA Experience : 8 seasons

Drafted : Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round (third pick overall) of the 1995 NBA Draft. Traded by the 76ers with Eric Montross to the Detroit Pistons for Theo Ratliff, Aaron McKie and future considerations on 12/18/97.

Selected to 3 All-Star Games

Named First Team All-America by the the Associated Press and Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated as a sophomore at North Carolina

Participated in the Schick Rookie Game and Nestle Crunch Slam Dunk Contest during the 1996 NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland

Named Schick NBA Rookie of the Month for March, 1996

Named to the 1995-96 NBA All-Rookie Team after establishing 76ers franchise rookie records with 1,384 points and 2,654 minutes played

Led all NBA guards in 1996-97 with 63 blocked shots and led the 76ers in minutes played (3,186)

Posted a game-high 33 points (13-20 FG, 7-7 FT) and 4 assists, in his Pistons debut, against the Indiana Pacers on 12/19/97

Totaled a 1997-98 season-high 35 points (13-20 FG), 5 rebounds and 4 assists against the New York Knicks on 1/24/98

Ranked 15th in the NBA in free-throw percentage (.850) in 1999

Scored 21 of his season and game-high 34 points (15-16 FT) in the 1st half, grabbed 5 rebounds and added 4 assists in a 90-85 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on 3/26/99

Hit the game-winning three-pointer at the overtime buzzer, totaling a game-high 32 points (3-4 3FG), 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals, in a 104-101 overtime victory over the Utah Jazz on 3/21/99

Finished fifth in the Slam Dunk competition during the 2000 All-Star Weekend

Scored 11 points in the 2000 NBA All-Star Game

Hit six three-pointers, recording a career-high 40 points against the Denver Nuggets on 3/8/00

Ranked 8th in the NBA in points per game (23.6) and 14th in minutes per game (38.4) in 1999-2000

Has appeared in 8 NBA Playoff games averaging 15.5 ppg

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