Former two-time All-Star Jerry Stackhouse played 18 seasons in the NBA and was a highly-respected veteran toward the end of his career. He worked as a broadcast analyst for a few years after retiring from basketball but made his first foray into coaching as an assistant with the Raptors last season as they secured the No. 2 seed in the East and made it all the way to the conference finals.
Prior to this season, he was named head coach of Toronto’s D-League affiliate, the Raptors 905, and was recently announced as the Coach of the Year winner. Via NBA.com: