Fox Sports Detroit today announced the addition of former Detroit Pistons player Jerry Stackhouse as a studio analyst for select “Pistons Live” shows this season.
Stackhouse averaged almost 17 points per game during his 18-year NBA career, including 1997-2002 with the Pistons. His best season came in Detroit, when he averaged 29.8 points per game in 2000-01. He was a two-time NBA All-Star (2000-01) and also spent time with Philadelphia, Washington, Dallas, Milwaukee, Miami, Atlanta and Brooklyn.
He has served as an analyst for NBA TV and previously hosted “Stack’s House” on Sirius Satellite Radio.
“After 18 years in the NBA, I’m excited about this new phase of my career,” Stackhouse said in a released statement. “My five seasons in Detroit were a great period of growth for me personally and professionally. It’s terrific to come back to the Motor City and join the Fox Sports Detroit team.”
Stackhouse will first appear on “Pistons Live” at 9 p.m. Sunday, before the Pistons play the Los Angeles Lakers.