The number of fanposts/fanshots about the same topic has gotten out of control over the past 3 days. I'm not a mod, but I thought some general guidelines might be useful. Its a pretty simple 3 step process.
1. Are you about write some new story at all related to Stephen Jackson wanting out of the Bay Area and/or a potential trade with Dallas?
If you answered 'no' to question 1, stop reading and proceed with your fanpost. If you answered 'yes' to question 1 proceed to question 2.
2. Do you have any useful new (can't emphasize that new part enough) information to contribute? (i.e. a new article about the subject that has not yet been discussed or actual news related to a possible trade) This is where it can get kinda tricky, because it may require to actually read what everyone else has already posted. Incidentally, reading what everyone else had already posted would be much easier for you if there weren't already 10 too many recent threads about Stephen Jackson.
If you answered 'no' to question 2 feel free to express your opinion about Stephen Jackson, Don Nelson, a Mavs trade or another potential Jackson trade inside any of the open Stephen Jackson threads, preferably the first (and recommended) fanshot or the frontpage story. If you answered 'yes' to question 2, proceed to question 3.
3. Do you really have a new perspective on the subject to go along with your new information/new article that you wish to share? Again, this may require that you actually read the other related threads.
If you answered 'yes' to question 3 then you probably have the start to a pretty good fanpost, proceed. If you answered 'no' to question 3 then you have everything you need for a good fanshot.