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Jackson: 'Milwaukee, they're not used to winning'

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08:17 PM ET 01.02 | Stephen Jackson's 26-game Milwaukee Bucks career was tumultuous, and it ended on bad terms. Now, with his new team, the San Antonio Spurs, coming back to Milwaukee, Jackson did not hold back when asked about those 26 games. "I just wanted to be around a positive organization that's used to winning and plays the game the right way," Jackson said. "Milwaukee, they're not used to winning. I just wasn't going to go for it at the end of my career." Jackson was traded to the Warriors and then immediately re-routed to the Spurs at last year's trade deadline.

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January 2, 2013  09:30 PM ET

"Jackson: 'Milwaukee, they're not used to winning'

Wow, he did say it again...

January 3, 2013  08:31 AM ET

The interns are at it again...the story is about Stephen Jackson...and they show a picture of Steven Jackson...but the name Under the picture is...Chris Humphreys? Really? Seems like someone else needs their coffee this morning too...lol

As for the story...truth hurts sometimes...but sometimes it is better to say nothing at all...know what I mean?

 
January 3, 2013  06:25 PM ET
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The interns are at it again...the story is about Stephen Jackson...and they show a picture of Steven Jackson...but the name Under the picture is...Chris Humphreys? Really? Seems like someone else needs their coffee this morning too...lolAs for the story...truth hurts sometimes...but sometimes it is better to say nothing at all...know what I mean?

No Creepy doesnt!!! He should say it to the right people like the GM to get better players!!!!

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