Vintage Philadelphia Sixers "Jerry Stackhouse" Champion Jersey
Jerry Stackhouse was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers 1995 after a successful career at UNC. He made the All-Rookie team his first year and lead the Sixers in scoring. Stackhouse left the Sixers in 1998 for the Pistons and spent the rest of his career moving around the league, from the Wizards to the Mavs to the Bucks, Heat, Hawks, and, finally, the Nets. Stackhouse was a two-times All-Star and since his retirement has become the head coach for Vanderbilt. This vintage 90s Jerry Stackhouse Champion jersey, in great condition, is from the earliest days of his professional career in Philadelphia.