Ex-Clipper Stephen Jackson releases rap song on Donald Sterling


Former NBA swingman Stephen Jackson aka “Stak5″ the rapper has released a song, devoted to LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

It should be noted that Jackson, who won an NBA Championship in 2003 with the Spurs, played his last NBA ball for the Los Angeles Clippers, so he “shares a very direct, intimate and insightful perspective” in the song.

The ironic part of this release is that the last controversy that had this big of an impact on the NBA, besides the 2011 lockout, is probably when Jackson and former teammate Metta World Peace threw down during “Malace at the Palace.”

According to his publicist, Jackson is preparing to impact the music industry as he is preparing for his solo debut, which will be released through Single Society Entertainment.

The song includes such lines as: “Dear Mr. Sterling here’s a speech for you…I had a dream the Clan had a sheet for you…”

Jackson played 14 seasons in the NBA, for New Jersey Nets, San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks, Indiana Pacers, Golden State Warriors, Charlotte Hornets, Milwaukee Bucks and LA Clippers.

Jackson averaged career high 20.7 ppg and 6.5 apg for Golden State Warriors in 2008-09 season.

Jackson played in a total of 858 NBA games (676 started), averaging 15.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg and 3.1 apg in 31.9 mpg.


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