Even when American former basketball coach Stu Jackson got fired from the New York Knicks during the 1990's, his passion towards NBA did not change even for a bit. Moreover, he set a record in the NBA history as the second-youngest head coach of the University of Wisconsin just at the age of 33.
The former coach serves as a basketball analyst of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. He is also a senior associate commissioner of Men's Basketball at New York's Big East Conference.
Three Daughters With Psychiatric Wife!
The basketball analyst of Turner, Stu Jackson is married to a psychiatrist, Dr. Susan Taylor. The couple rejoices the quality family moments with their three children, Lauren Jackson, Erin Jackson, and Taylor Jackson.
During the mid-1990's, his wife was pursuing her career to work at Wisconsin's Medical School.
They welcomed their elder daughter Lauren in 1988. Two years after Lauren's birth, Stu and his wife Susan became blessed with their twin daughters Erin and Taylor in January 1990. During the 25th birthday of his daughters in January 2015, Stu recalled the moment of his twins and tweeted,
(Photo: Stu's Twitter)
Despite his wife Susan's premature labor, the healthy twins weighed 6 pounds 10 ounces and 4 pounds 8 ounces during their birth in Caesarean section at Northern Westchester Hospital. The family of five now rejoices their time residing in New York.
How Much Is Stu Jackson's Salary And Net Worth?
Stu, 62, savors the net worth from his career as an American basketball analyst and former basketball coach.
While he signed the contract as a head coach at the University of Wisconsin in March 1992, the Seattle University graduate had a reported salary of $275,000 per year.
Currently, he is serving as a basketball analyst of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc since October 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. As per Glassdoor, the basketball analyst in the United States earns an average salary of $63,119 per year, and their payroll varies between the amount of $46K to $87K. Stu is also working as a senior associate commissioner of Men's Basketball at Big East Conference in New York since July 2014.
According to his LinkedIn profile, before joining Turner, the basketball analyst was an Executive Vice President of NBA. During his professional tenure, Stu worked as a president and general manager of Vancouver Grizzlies in Canada. He was an assistant basketball coach of University of Oregon, Washington State University, and Providence College. From 1987 to 1990, Stu arrived at New York Knicks and served as an assistant coach.
Born on 11 December 1955, Stu Jackson resides in New York. At the age of 33, the African-American basketball executive became the second-youngest head coach in the history of NBA. Stu, who was born with the birth name Stuart Wayne Jackson, stands at the decent height and holds American nationality.
While attending the University of Oregon from 1973 to 1976, the former basketball coach played the collegiate basketball. He then transferred to Seattle University and graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Management. As per wiki, Stu completed his high school education from Reading Senior High School in Pennsylvania.