It used to be that in Bay Area sports you could always count on your stars. We were spoiled with the likes of Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, and Chris Mullin among many others. Each put in an exemplary performance week in and week out for their respective franchises and were generally model citizens on and off the playing field. They were consummate professionals all the way and respected their teams, whose fans returned that loyalty by cementing their legacy. Step in Stephen Jackson; my, how times have changed. In late August, Jackson, attending a sneaker release party with former teammate Al Harrington (now with the New York Knicks) told Dime Magazine, “It’s not about a decision I made. It’s just things are in the air right now. I really can’t get too much into it right ...
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