Jerry Stackhouse “lost a little bit” of the reverence he had for Michael Jordan when they became teammates in Washington during the 2002-03 campaign.

Stackhouse felt he was the “better player” at that point in their respective careers, it turned out to be MJ’s final NBA season after being traded from Detroit to D.C.

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The Wizards finished with a 37-45 record and missed the playoffs.

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