It isn't the voltage available, but the current that a USB jack is capable of. A standard USB 2.0 port supplies a maximum of 500 mA (0.5 A). I could only find one reference to the power a Stick consumes, and that was 3 watts. 3 watts at 5 Volts DC is 0.6 A, so a TV USB port is at its limits powering a Stick. Your only option, besides connecting your devices to their own separate power source, would be to use a powered USB hub. That way neither unit is drawing power from the TV.
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