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A Conversation With Jerry Stackhouse

Friday, May 03, 2013

What is the key to your longevity in the NBA? "I love the game first and foremost. I love the competition. Eating right, and all those good things, like working out in the offseason, preparing for the grind of an NBA season. I love to play and that’s been the key to my success, and I never really stopped. In the offseason, guys sometimes take too much time off, and I’ve always played the summer leagues." (Inside Carolina)

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