Stackhouse: ‘Possibly’ one SEC coach can beat me in H-O-R-S-E


Vanderbilt basketball head coach Jerry Stackhouse is aware of a factor or two about basketball, and it is not simply the psychological side of the sport both.

When you’re too younger to recollect, check out this record of accomplishments from Stackhouse:

Drafted third total out of North Carolina by the Philadelphia 76ers within the 1995 NBA Draft, Stackhouse had a 18-year NBA profession through which he was a two-time All-Star and averaged 16.9 factors per sport. 5 instances averaged greater than 20 factors, topping out at 29.8 in 2000-01.

All that to say Stackhouse can refill the web. Thus, when he was requested lately at SEC basketball media days if some other SEC coaches might beat him in a easy sport of H-O-R-S-E, he was fairly assured in his reply.

“Most likely not,” Stackhouse stated with amusing, based on 247Sports. “Possibly (Alabama coach) Nate Oats might shoot just a little bit.”

Notably, Oats performed basketball at Maranatha Baptist College within the mid-’90s, however Stackhouse is being all too good even giving him a shot on this hypothetical contest.

Stackhouse has been the pinnacle coach at Vanderbilt for the previous three seasons, the place he is amassed a subpar 39-54 report, however final season he appeared to have the Commodores on observe with a 19-17 report.    

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