Jackson (foot) -- along with DeAnthony Melton and two second-round picks -- was traded to the Grizzlies on Wednesday in exchange for Kyle Korver and Jevon Carter, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The former fourth overall pick in 2017, Jackson hasn't lived up to expectations. So the Suns have opted to send him to the Grizzlies, who seem to have an interest in developing Jackson. He's shown some upside as a defender, but the 22-year-old has struggled to score efficiently or demonstrate great passing vision. Jackson will likely occupy a backup role at shooting guard and small forward, and it's possible he still sees about 20 to 25 minutes per game.
Jackson has suffered a foot injury and is using crutches while wearing a boot, Katherine Fitzgerald of the Arizona Republic reports.
The injury is reportedly not related to Jackson's arrest in May. He is considered day-to-day, and it seems unlikely the injury affects his status for training camp.
The Suns will attempt to trade Jackson during the offseason, Evan Sidery of Bright Side Sun reports.
Jackson was arrested in Miami at a music festival over the weekend, so it would seem that this has a lot to do with Phoenix trying to ship him elsewhere. The Knicks and the Kings would reportedly be interested in acquiring Jackson, per Sidery. He averaged 11.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.3 assists over 79 contests a season ago, though it remains unknown if the forward will be handed any kind of discipline following the incident.
Jackson was arrested at a music festival in Miami over the weekend and charged with resisting arrest, Andy Slater of 640 The Hurricane in Miami reports.
Jackson allegedly attempted to enter a VIP area without clearance and was eventually apprehended by police, after which he attempted to flea the scene. At this point, it's unclear if Jackson will face any additional discipline from the league or the Suns.
Jackson contributed 35 points (15-29 FG, 5-8 3Pt), nine rebounds, five assists and two steals across 46 minutes in the Suns' 133-126 overtime win over the Pelicans on Friday.
Jackson's point total led all scorers for the night as he turned in a masterful performance in the absence of Devin Booker (ankle). It's been an up-and-down season for the second-year pro, but Friday's spectacular effort served as his best of the campaign. Jackson is likely to remain in the starting five for the Suns' final two games, and with Booker already confirmed to be out for those contests, his usage could remain similarly high.
Jackson is starting Friday's game against New Orleans.
Jackson will roll with the first unit Friday night after coming off the bench in three straight contests. He was held to just three points over 24 minutes in his last start Mar. 21 against Detroit.
Jackson registered 12 points (5-14 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-3 FT), four rebounds, three assists and one steal across 34 minutes in the Suns' 118-97 loss to the Jazz on Wednesday.
Jackson's scoring total led the second unit in the double-digit loss. The second-year pro has scored in double digits in six of the last seven games and has logged at least 30 minutes in five of the last contests overall. His role should continue similarly robust for what remains of the regular season, and with Devin Booker (ankle) now set to miss the last three contests, Jackson's usage should see an appreciable bump.
Jackson contributed 19 points (7-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 10 rebounds, four assists, five blocks and one steal across 34 minutes in the Suns' 122-113 win over the Cavaliers on Monday.
Jackson co-led the second unit in scoring and paced it in rebounds in his best performance since returning from a three-game absence due to an ankle injury. The second-year forward is back to his normal allotment of minutes, so he should offer plenty of value across all formats for what remains of the regular season.
Jackson (ankle) finished with 10 points (4-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four rebounds, one assists and one block across 30 minutes in the Suns' 120-115 loss to the Grizzlies on Saturday.
Jackson was solid in his return to action after a three-game absence, with his scoring total leading the second unit. Given that the second-year pro was back to a normal allotment of minutes Saturday, he could find himself back in the starting five in short order with T.J. Warren (ankle) still sidelined.
Jackson (ankle) will play in Saturday's game against the Grizzlies, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Jackson has missed three consecutive games with a sprained ankle, but he will return Saturday. Given his relatively short time on the sidelines, he is unlikely to be on a minutes limit. Barring any setbacks, look for him to take on his usual depth role on the wing.
Jackson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Grizzlies, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Jackson has missed the last three games with a sprained right ankle. After Jackson practiced Friday, coach Igor Kokoskov expressed optimism regarding Jackson's chances of playing Saturday.
Jackson (ankle) will not play Wednesday against the Wizards, Kellan Olson of ArizonaSports.com reports.
A right ankle sprain will keep Jackson sidelined for the third straight game, but the fact that he was initially deemed questionable implies that he could be back on the floor in the near future. His next opportunity to play will arrive Saturday, when the Suns play host to the Grizzlies.
Jackson (ankle) is questionable for Wednesday's game against Washington, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Jackson has been on the shelf for the previous two matchups due to a right ankle sprain, but head coach Igor Kokoskov is hopeful that Jackson will be ready to return in time for Wednesday's contest. The Suns should have a better idea on his status following morning shootaround.
Jackson (ankle) will not play Monday against the Jazz.
Jackson was initially deemed questionable, but after shootaround the team has officially ruled him out for the second consecutive game. Consider Jackson day-to-day as Wednesday's game against Washington approaches.
Jackson (ankle) is considered questionable for Monday's game against Utah, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Jackson was held out of Saturday's game in Sacramento with a sprained right ankle, and the Suns will wait until shootaround Monday morning to update his status. Over his previous 10 healthy games, Jackson is averaging 11.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists, while shooting just 38.4 percent from the field.
Jackson (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Sacramento, Kellan Olson of ArizonaSports.com reports.
Jackson has been downgraded to out with sprained right ankle. Look for Mikal Bridges and Ray Spalding to see heavy minutes as the Suns are short on wing depth with Jackson, TJ Warren (ankle) and Kelly Oubre (thumb) all out Saturday.
Jackson (ankle) is questionable Saturday against the Kings, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Jackson sprained his ankle Thursday, and it's possible the injury will keep him out Saturday. More information should be available following the team's morning shootaround or after Jackson goes through some pregame activities.
Jackson will not return to Thursday's game against Pistons due to a sprained right ankle, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Jackson took a tough fall attempting to block Thon Maker and was immediately assisted back to the locker room by trainers. He'll end the night with a dismal three points, going 1-for-7 from the floor and 0-for-3 from behind the arc. He also had two assists and two rebounds across his 24 minutes of action. Look for more updates on his availability ahead of Saturday's game against the Kings. Should he be ruled out, look for Mikal Bridges and Troy Daniels to potentially see extra run.
Jackson took a hard fall during during Thursday's matchup with the Pistons and is now headed to the locker room, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
It appears Jackson is dealing with a knee injury after attempting to block a Thon Maker dunk, which Jackson was called for a foul on. He walked back to the locker room with the assistance of trainers, which is a reassuring sign. Look for more updates to come in the next 24 hours with Saturday's game against the Kings approaching.
Jackson will start at shooting guard in Thursday's game against Detroit.
Jackson hasn't started since February but has been seeing extended action off the bench for Phoenix. He's had a couple solid games back-to-back and will look to maintain his momentum in the starting lineup. De'Anthony Melton is moving to the bench while Jackson starts.
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