Jackson scored 12 points (4-6 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT) to go along with two rebounds, one assist and one block in 16 minutes off the bench during Wednesday's 102-92 win at Phoenix.
Jackson made the most of his limited playing time and produced a double-digit scoring effort for the first time since joining the Clippers. He should remain a bench option for the time being, however, as the Clippers have a lot of depth for the point guard position. That role should conspire against his fantasy upside down the stretch, and it's not likely to change unless Patrick Beverley suffers another injury.
Jackson finished with five points (2-6 FG, 1-3 3Pt), six assists, three rebounds and one steal in 22 minutes during Monday's 124-97 victory over Memphis.
With Patrick Beverley back, Jackson shifted to the bench. He did lead the team in assists Monday, but that's where the good news ends. As long as the Clippers are running close to full strength, Jackson is going to be a backup who sees neither the minutes nor the opportunities that he had in Detroit.
Jackson will get the start at point guard for Saturday's tilt with Sacramento, Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints.com reports.
Jackson take on first-unit point guard duties for his Clippers' debut. Across 14 games with Detroit this season, the 29-year-old averaged 14.9 points, 5.1 assists and 2.9 rebounds in 27.2 minutes per game.
Jackson is expected to make his Clippers debut Saturday against the Kings, Mirjam Swanson of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Jackson reached a buyout with the Pistons earlier in the week and subsequently joined the contending Clippers. With Patrick Beverley's (groin) status unclear, Jackson may have an opportunity to step into a significant role in his debut.
Jackson and the Pistons have agreed to a contract buyout, and he's expected to sign with the Clippers upon clearing waivers, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Jackson missed significant time due to injury this season, but he started Detroit's final six games before the All-Star break and had three 20-point games in that span. Jackson will take on a reduced role with the Clippers, but he'll bring more depth to a Western Conference contender that also added Marcus Morris at the deadline.
Jackson accumulated 12 points (5-16 FG, 2-8 3Pt), a season-high 11 assists and three rebounds during Wednesday's 116-112 overtime loss to the Magic.
Though Jackson couldn't quite find his shot, he still made sure to get his teammates involved, dropping a season-high 11 dimes. He should continue to play a significant role in the Pistons offense, as the team has entered a full rebuild and will remain without Blake Griffin (knee) for the rest of the season.
Jackson finished with a game-high 20 points (7-17 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 3-4 FT), nine assists, two rebounds and one steal across 31 minutes Saturday in the Pistons' 95-92 loss to the Knicks.
After flopping in his first start Feb. 3 in Memphis in place of the injured Derrick Rose (hip), Jackson has gone off for 20 or more points in three consecutive outings while shooting 47.5 percent from the floor and 45.8 percent from three-point range. The efficiency rates are well above his career marks, so there's some reason to be skeptical of him maintaining this sort of hot scoring run. Even if his percentages hold steady, the potential return of Rose as soon as Monday versus Charlotte could put a cap on Jackson's minutes and usage.
Jackson erupted for 28 points (11-18 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 3-4 FT), three rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes during Friday's 108-101 loss at Oklahoma City.
Jackson started his third game in a row and topped the 20-point mark for the second straight outing, something he has done in three of his last four contests now. The absence of Derrick Rose (hip) should boost Jackson's chances of logging heavy minutes and so far he's responding -- the veteran point guard is averaging 19.0 points, 5.5 assists and 4.5 rebounds per game in his last four games.
Jackson scored 25 points (10-24 FG, 5-9 3Pt) while adding nine assists, five rebounds and a steal in 34 minutes during Wednesday's 116-108 win over the Suns.
With Derrick Rose (hip) sidelined again, Jackson delivered his best scoring performance yet since returning to action from a back issue Jan. 22. He's hit for 20 or more points in three of the last five games but managed only single digits in the two games between those efforts, making him a risky fantasy option until he begins to display more consistency.
Jackson contributed three points (1-16 FG, 1-6 3Pt), seven rebounds and four assists across 24 minutes Monday in the Pistons' 96-82 loss to the Grizzlies.
In his first six games back from a left lumbar stress reaction that sidelined him for most of the season, Jackson quickly settled into a high-usage role, averaging 17.2 points and 4.2 assists in just 26.2 minutes. He maintained the heavy usage rate again Monday, but the dreadful efficiency muted any impact he had in the counting-stats categories. Better days should be ahead for Jackson, but since he's shooting just 36.6 percent from the field this season, fantasy managers need to accept that he'll probably turn in a fair share of stinkers in the weeks to come.
Jackson (back) will start at point guard for Monday's matchup with the Grizzlies, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Jackson should see a healthy workload Monday, as Derrick Rose (groin) has been ruled out. He will start in the backcourt alongside Bruce Brown.
Jackson is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Grizzlies due to a back injury.
Jackson could miss Monday's game as he continues to recover from the stress reaction in his back that's cost him the majority of the season. Fortunately, since there's been no indication that he's re-aggravated the issue, Jackson's likely simply dealing with soreness. Look for an official update on his status to come ahead of tipoff.
Jackson scored 20 points (8-18 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT) with six assists and three rebounds in 34 minutes off the bench during Sunday's 128-123 overtime win over the Nuggets.
Jackson logged his highest playing time of the season with Derrick Rose exiting early due to a groin injury. Although much of Jackson's season has been erased by injury, he's played in six of Detroit's last seven games, averaging 17.2 points and 4.2 assists in 26.2 minutes while mostly coming off the bench during that stretch. However, he should move to the starting lineup for Monday's tilt at Memphis if Rose is unable to recover before tipoff.
Jackson provided 23 points (8-14 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 3-5 FT), five assists, three rebounds and one block in 26 minutes during Wednesday's 125-115 loss to the Nets.
Jackson came off the bench with Derrick Rose (knee) back in the lineup, but the two guards shared the floor for stretches while combining for 45 points on 29 field-goal attempts. Jackson remains very capable of filling the stat sheet regardless of his role, and he should probably be scooped up if he's sitting on any waiver wires.
Jackson is not in the starting lineup for Wednesday's game at Brooklyn, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports.
The 29-year-old started his last two games but will move back to the bench with Bruce Brown rejoining the starting five. Jackson is averaging 12.4 points, 2.6 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.0 steal in 20.6 minutes this season.
Jackson recorded 16 points (6-14 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two rebounds, two assists and one steal in 25 minutes during Monday's 115-100 loss to the Cavaliers.
Jackson returned to the lineup after sitting out Saturday's second night of a back-to-back set to rest his back, which kept him out for the vast majority of the season's first half. He was superb in his first game back against the Kings, but Jackson has turned in more modest stat lines in the last two tilts despite slight bumps in playing time with each passing matchup. Derrick Rose didn't take the court in this one due to right knee soreness, and if Rose ends up missing time or getting dealt before the trade deadline, that would open the door for Jackson to pile up plenty of counting stats going forward.
Jackson is starting Monday's game against Cleveland, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports.
Jackson was held out of Saturday's matchup with the Nets as a precaution, and he's set to make another start Monday with both Derrick Rose (knee) and Tony Snell (illness) out of commission. Jackson could see around 25-to-30 minutes as the Pistons continue easing him back into action.
Jackson (back) isn't included on the injury report in advance of Monday's game against the Cavaliers.
Jackson sat out Saturday's 121-111 overtime loss to the Nets with a back issue, but his absence from the latest NBA injury report implies that he was likely just held as a precaution in the second half of the Pistons' weekend back-to-back set. Since returning from an extended absence last week, Jackson has turned in two quality outings, averaging 18.0 points, 5.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals in 21.0 minutes. His workload will likely be restricted again Monday, though Jackson's minutes should at least land in the 25-to-30 range.
Jackson (back) is listed as out for Saturday's game against Brooklyn.
Jackson's absence appears to be precautionary and part of a scheduled plan to prevent an aggravation of the back injury that's kept him out of all but four games this season. While he should return to the court Monday against Cleveland, his absence will presumably allow Tim Frazier, Langston Galloway and Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk extra opportunities.
Jackson will start Friday's game against Memphis, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Jackson is expected to have his minutes capped around 20 Friday night, but he'll enter the starting lineup in just his second game back, likely because of how dinged up the Pistons are. He'll start alongside Derrick Rose, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, Sekou Doumbouya and Thon Maker.
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