After being wildly inconsistent this season, Jerry Stackhouse has just put together solid back-to-back games. It's the best two games he's had since the fourth and fifth games of the season against Houston and Golden State. He combined for 31 points in those two games and shot solid percentages while scoring 33 in these last two games against New Orleans and Houston. In fact, Stack has done well in all three games against Houston, averaging 16 points.
Maybe this is a sign of Stack coming around a consistent force off the bench as he was last year. With Jason Terry starting, Stack is averaging 11.8 points per game and seems to be getting more involved. If Terry goes back to the bench at some point (who knows at this point), Stack will have to re-adjust to being a secondary part of the second unit instead of the leader like he has been accustomed to in the past. We'll see how this all pans out.
-Scooter Hendon, Hoops Nerd