|1995 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 2rd overall by Philadelphia.|
|27th September, 1995||NBA||Signed three year, $6,855,840 rookie scale contract with Philadelphia.|
|18th December, 1997||NBA||Traded by Philadelphia, along with Eric Montross and a future second round pick (Philadelphia's option to choose which year between 2003 and 2005; #60, 2005, Alex Acker), to Detroit in exchange for Theo Ratliff, Aaron McKie and a protected future first round pick (#25, 2003, Carlis Delfino).|
|21st January, 1999||NBA||Re-signed by Detroit to a seven year, $38.5 million contract. Included early termination option after 2003/03 season.|
|11th September, 2002||NBA||Traded by Detroit, along with Ratko Varda and Brian Cardinal, to Washington in exchange for Richard Hamilton, Bobby Simmons and Hubert Davis.|
|30th June, 2003||NBA||Declined to exercise early termination option.|
|22nd July, 2003||NBA||Signed a two year, $18,507,811 extension with Washington. Concurrently re-negotiated 2003/04 salary upwards by $406,250 and 2004/05 salary upwards by $437,500, which are included in the $18,507,811 figure.|
|2004 NBA Draft||NBA||Traded by Washington, along with Christian Laettner and the draft rights to Devin Harris (#5), to Dallas in exchange for Antawn Jamison and cash.|
|13th July, 2007||NBA||Re-signed by Dallas to a partially guaranteed three year, $21 million contract.|
|9th July, 2009||NBA||As a part of a four team deal, traded by Dallas to Memphis, along with cash, along with Antoine Wright and Devean George to Toronto, and along with cash to Orlando, in exchange for Shawn Marion, Kris Humphries, Nathan Jawai and cash from Toronto, and Greg Buckner from Memphis.|
|10th July, 2009||NBA||Waived by Memphis.|
|18th January, 2010||NBA||Signed a guaranteed minimum salary contract for the remainder of the season with Milwaukee.|
|23rd October, 2010||NBA||Signed an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Miami.|
|23rd November, 2010||NBA||Waived by Miami.|
|9th December, 2011||NBA||Signed an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Atlanta.|
|16th July, 2012||NBA||Signed a guaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Brooklyn.|
|1993 - 1995||North Carolina (NCAA)|
|June 1995 - December 1997||Philadelphia 76ers (NBA)|
|December 1997 - September 2002||Detroit Pistons (NBA)|
|September 2002 - June 2004||Washington Wizards (NBA)|
|June 2004 - July 2009||Dallas Mavericks (NBA)|
|July 2009||Memphis Grizzlies (NBA)|
|January 2010 - June 2010||Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)|
|October 2010 - November 2010||Miami Heat (NBA)|
|December 2011 - June 2012||Atlanta Hawks (NBA)|
|July 2012 - June 2013||Brooklyn Nets (NBA)|
July 25, 2012
Here is the official list of tax paying teams, and their amounts paid, in the 2011/12 NBA season.
Los Angeles Lakers: $12,557,264.
Boston Celtics: $7,365,867.
Miami Heat: $6,129,340.
Dallas Mavericks: $2,738,843.
San Antonio Spurs: $2,514,275.
Atlanta Hawks: $666,199.
By opting to keep Jerry Stackhouse for the full year, then, Atlanta paid the price.
January 5, 2011
Jerry Stackhouse - Stackhouse briefly sniffed the NBA earlier this season with the Miami Heat, but shot only 25% in 7 games and was cut for Erick Dampier. Since that time, Stack has been doing work for NBA TV rather than playing. He has already made one comeback from what appeared to be early retirement, but a second one doesn't seem likely. And at aged 36, I don't think retirement could be considered "early" any more.
July 30, 2010
Jerry Stackhouse - Stackhouse, along with Kurt Thomas, gave the Bucks some toughness last season. Scott Skiles needs some of that. But Thomas has left the team now, and Stack seems sure to follow. After a nothing season in 2008/09 crippled by injuries, Stackhouse was assumed to be done, but he was a surprise and welcome midseason addition for the Bucks. The athleticism has gone, the jumpshot has never advanced much beyond "streaky", and he'll be 36 before next season. That might have been his lust hurrah. But if it's not, he'll still give it his best.