As an NBA player, Stephen Jackson was very underrated, as he was the Spurs’ second-best player, during their 2003 title run, and he made the Charlotte Bobcats a playoff team. A lot of other teams, mainly the Indiana Pacers, benefited from having him. Now, Jackson is one of the top TV personalities, as “All The Smoke” is a popular show.
Stephen Jackson was once considered a “bad boy,” of sorts, in the NBA. Kobe Bryant even said, before his death, that he and Matt Barnes were the last people he thought would ever be doing media. But, Jackson has become an award-winning host, in a short span of time.
Recently, Stephen Jackson sat down with “The Breakfast Club,” for an interview. He spoke with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God about his career, both current and former. Of course, he had to speak on the fight the Pacers and Detroit Pistons had, in 2004, fondly called “Malice In The Palace,” by NBA fans, but he also would speak on his upcoming docuseries.