These are the nights that Jerry Stackhouse still cherishes. A loud and rambunctious arena. Teams trading buckets. A basket as big as the ocean. Maybe these nights are fewer and further between, but that's fine with him. He can see the finish line now. It's not just that Stackhouse chipped in 14 points, drilling four out of five 3s to will the Brooklyn Nets to a November overtime win over the Knicks in the first matchup of their reborn rivalry. He isn't satisfied with a single shot or a solid game. Jerry Stackhouse isn't truly content until he's had a conversation with his mother, Minnie, later that night.