Live on August 4th Recently, Jerry stackhouse, a former NBA player and coach of Vanderbilt University, talked about Ingram in Arenas’ program.
Compere: Does any of the active players remind you of yourself?
Stackhouse: It’s hard. The game has changed. It’s the players who attack the basket. Ingram’s right-hand breakthrough reminds me a little of myself, but I can’t control the ball and play pick-and-roll like him. He has a good view of the court, which I slowly began to have at the end of my career. He was born with that feeling. He has the rhythm of controlling the ball.
In 1995, stackhouse was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the third overall pick in the first round. During his 18-year career, he played for eight teams, averaging 16.9 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game. When he first debuted from the NBA, stackhouse was once considered as Jordan’s successor because he graduated from the University of North Carolina, entered the NBA with the same draft as Jordan, and had similar offensive skills (basket-back singles, turn-over jump shots).