Reggie Jackson

#1 PG / Detroit Pistons / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 208 lb Age: 26 College: Boston College

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Double-doubles but struggles from field in Game 3 loss

    Jackson managed 13 points (5-16 FG, 1-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 12 assists, four rebounds, and two steals across 39 minutes during the Pistons' 101-91 loss to the Cavaliers on Friday. Jackson had made 14-of-26 field-goal attempts this series coming into Friday, but his awful shooting in Game 3 was a large part of what cost Detroit the contest. Besides Marcus Morris (five-for-11) and Steve Blake (0-1) every Piston made 50 percent or more of his shots, and Jackson didn't get to the free-throw line much either. He is still averaging 14.7 points on 45 percent from the field to go with 8.3 assists, 3.3 rebounds, and two steals in 37 minutes this series, but Jackson will likely need to do more than that in order to keep the Pistons alive beyond Sunday's Game 4.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Starting Sunday

    Jackson (abdomen) is in the starting lineup for Game 1 against the Cavaliers on Sunday, ABC's live broadcast reports. As expected, Jackson has recovered from his abdominal strain and will play Sunday. He should remain in the starting lineup and is expected to see his normal allotment of minutes. over his last five outings, Jackson has averaged 23.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 6.0 rebounds over 32 minutes per game.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Went through practice Friday

    Jackson (abdomen) went through practice without any setbacks Friday, David Mayo of reports. Jackson was rested the last two games of the regular season, as he was also dealing with a lingering abdominal strain. He was able to go through practice Friday without any restrictions, which means he should be good to go for the Pistons' playoff opener against the Cavaliers on Sunday. We likely won't get a final ruling on his availability until after Sunday morning's shootaround, but all signs currently point to him be available.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Being rested Wednesday

    Jackson (abdomen) and the rest of the Pistons' regular starting five will be rested for Wednesday's regular season finale against the Cavaliers. With the Pistons locked into the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference, coach Stan Van Gundy will rest Jackson and the rest of his starters Wednesday in order to give them extra time off before Detroit begins its playoff series with Cleveland this weekend. Steve Blake and Spencer Dinwiddie figure to see most of the minutes at point guard in Jackson's absence Wednesday.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Injury won't affect playoff availability

    Jackson (abdomen) is day-to-day, but his injury is not expected to affect his availability for the playoffs,'s Keith Langlois reports. He was held out Tuesday due to an abdominal strain, and could be held out again Wednesday in Cleveland, but he will presumably be ready for the postseason. Steve Blake had 10 points, one rebound, seven assists and one steal in 32 minutes Tuesday, and would likely start Wednesday if Jackson is held out again.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Ruled out Tuesday

    Jackson will not play in Tuesday's game against the Heat because of an abdominal strain, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports. It's unclear when the injury occurred, but the Pistons will hold Jackson out Tuesday with a strained abdominal. Considering the Pistons already have secured a playoff spot, it wouldn't be surprising if Jackson ends up sitting out Wednesday's matchup against the Cavaliers as well, although we'll likely have to wait until closer to tip off on Wednesday for an official word. Steve Blake is expected to move into the starting lineup Tuesday and should see an extended role.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Pours in game-high 39 to clinch playoff spot Friday

    Jackson scored 39 points (14-20 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 7-7 FT) while adding nine assists and four rebounds in 34 minutes during Friday's win over the Wizards. The win clinched a playoff spot for the Pistons and put them a half-game ahead of the Pacers for the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. Jackson has been turning on the jets as the postseason approaches, scoring more than 20 points in four straight games and averaging 26.5 points, 5.0 assists, 3.5 boards and 2.0 threes over that stretch.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Scores game-high 24 points Wednesday

    Jackson recorded 24 points (7-18 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 9-11 FT), four rebounds, four assists, and one block in 32 minutes during the Pistons' 108-104 win against the Magic on Wednesday. Jackson hasn't even made 40 percent or more of his field-goal attempts since Mar. 19 versus the Kings, with Wednesday's seven-of-18 showing marking his best shooting display since then. He also hasn't made 50 percent or more in a game since Mar. 12 against the 76ers, so he's been struggling this badly for about a month now. Still, the Pistons' pick-and-roll remains their bread and butter, and Jackson has plenty of talented teammates to kick it to when the help defense shifts to contain him and Andre Drummond.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Contributes 21 points in Tuesday's loss to Heat

    Jackson contributed 21 points (6-18 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 8-8 FT) with three dimes and two boards over 29 minutes in Tuesday's 107-89 loss to the Heat. It's been hard to get a handle on Jackson since the midway point of the season. He's throwing up double-digit assists one game and failing to distribute the ball the next. One game he's on fire from downtown and the next he goes cold. Jackson hasn't shot the ball great over the past few games, but has done a decent job drawing fouls and getting to the line. Tobias Harris has taken over as Detroit's go-to option on offense which has hurt Jackson's credibility late in the season.

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    Pistons' Reggie Jackson: Inefficient during Friday's win

    Jackson pitched in with 17 points (6-19 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 5-5 FT), seven assists, and six rebounds in 29 minutes during the Pistons' 112-105 win over the Hornets on Friday. Jackson had four turnovers, and played just 10 minutes more than backup point guard Steve Blake. However, Jackson still managed decent counting stats. During the Pistons' recent five-game winning streak, he is averaging 15 points (35.9 FG, 26.1 3Pt, 100.0 FT), 6.8 assists to 3.6 turnovers, and four rebounds across 30 minutes per contest.