Jackson had a superb rookie season with the Suns while only missing just five games all year long. The Kansas product was able to score above the 20-point mark in 17 games with his career high of 36 points coming on Mar. 17 against the Warriors. Jackson should look to improve upon his free-throw shooting next year though, as he shot a moderate 63.4 percent from the charity strip. The 20-year-old will be entering the second year of his two-year contract which include team options the following two seasons.
Jackson (quad) has been ruled out for Tuesday's regular season finale against the Mavs, Scott Bordow of AZCentral.com reports.
Jackson missed Sunday's game against the Warriors with a bruised quad, and it appears as though the Suns won't take any chances in Game 82. Jackson will join Devin Booker, Alan Williams and Elfrid Payton in street clothes, while a number of other players will be game-time calls, per interim coach Jay Triano.
Jackson (quad) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Warriors.
After originally saying he would give it a go Sunday, Jackson has been ruled out in what appears to be a cautionary move by Phoenix. Without Jackson on against the Warriors, both Danuel House and Troy Daniels should see plenty of action the wing, with Shaq Harrison likely seeing extended minutes off the bench.
Jackson (quad) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Golden State, Scott Bordow of AZCentral.com reports.
The Suns' injury list is once again chock full heading into Sunday, but Jackson's status likely won't be decided until he can test out his bruised right quad during warmups. The rookie has been one of the primary beneficiaries of injuries to Devin Booker and T.J. Warren, and he's played at least 30 minutes in each of the last seven games. In Friday's loss to New Orleans, Jackson had 22 points, 11 boards, and two steals in 30 minutes.
Jackson posted 22 points (7-24 FG, 0-4 4Pt, 8-10 FT), 11 rebounds two steals, an assist and a blocked shot in 30 minutes during Friday's 122-103 loss to the Pelicans.
This was Johnson's fourth straight 20-plus point appearance and it looks like he's taken the opportunity to make his case for a starting role on next year's roster while the usual backcourt is sidelined. Jackson would be a Rookie of the Year candidate if he had more opportunities on a better team, but the Kansas product has a tougher road in Phoenix. He'll continue churning out great stat lines in Phoenix's final two games.
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