Who would’ve thought the Palace (right now at least) was such an intimidating place to play?
Well for the newest Piston Reggie Jackson that was definitely the case, so much so anything he ate prior was all over the Palace floor. Literally.
Just nine minutes into his Pistons career, Jackson appeared winded on the sidelines before unloading right in front of the scorers table.
Reggie Jackson’s first game as a Detroit Piston ended up in 106-89 victory over the Washington Wizards, but it also came with a slight issue. Late in the first quarter of the game Reggie Jackson, who looked visibly ill, proceeded to vomit on the sidelines. Something must have definitely been off for Reggie as he
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There may not of been anyone happier to get out of Oklahoma City than Reggie Jackson when he learned last Thursday that he was dealt to the Pistons. These tweets right after the trade that sent DJ Augustin and Kyle Singler back to OKC are certainly an indication of Jackson’s satisfaction.
Just woke up from my nap a #Piston #DETROITBASKETBALL!!!
— Reggie Jackson (@rjOKCson_15...
Reggie Jackson finally got his wish and was traded by the Thunder Thursday before the deadline, giving him a chance to start on a new team. We knew Jackson was unhappy with his role in Oklahoma City, but now we’re learning just what a malcontent he was. Longtime Thunder insider Royce Young reported the following...Read More
Reggie Jackson is now a Detroit Piston.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have traded point guard Reggie Jackson to the Detroit Pistons in a huge three team trade that also involved the Utah Jazz. According to ESPN, the 24 year old guard wanted to start and to be traded out Oklahoma City with his upcoming free agency in the Summer.
Reggie Jackson (from Oklahoma City...
Among the flurry of NBA activity on Thursday was Reggie Jackson being traded from the Thunder to the Pistons. With Jackson due to be a restricted free agent at the end of the season, the chances of him returning to Oklahoma City to continue being a backup to Russell Westbrook were essentially nonexistent. An opportunity...Read More
Reggie Jackson is getting his way and will be traded by the Oklahoma City Thunder. Jackson’s agent asked the Thunder to trade his client, and the team has obliged by dealing the backup point guard to the Detroit Pistons, Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports. Jackson was unhappy being Russell Westbrook’s backup and wanted to go to...Read More
Reggie Jackson is another player who has requested a trade from his team. The backup point guard’s agent told the Oklahoma City Thunder that his client is not interested in returning to the team and would like a trade to a team where he might be able to start, Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports. Jackson, who...Read More
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Reggie Jackson wants a new home.
The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard has asked to be traded before Thursday’s deadline, league sources told Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday.
Jackson’s production has dropped steadily each month this season, falling from 19.5 points per game in November (when he was starting in place of the...
I start by saying the West is unfair. This year, just like last, some teams will miss the playoffs with somewhere around 47-48 wins. For perspective, some team in the east will get in the playoffs with 40-42 wins. That is life in the competitive West. While we talk of eight teams who could likely represent the West in the finals, it is pretty safe to say they top seven spots are...