Forward Stephen Jackson's brief tenure with the Clippers ended Tuesday when the team waived the 13-year NBA veteran.
Jackson was signed Dec. 10 after the Clippers were hit by injuries to guard J.J. Redick, forward Matt Barnes and rookie guard Reggie Bullock. But when Barnes returned to the team following surgery for a torn retina, Jackson's minutes curtailed.
As part of the NBA partnership with Samsung, each NBA player got a free Galaxy Note as a gift and thanks to Los Angeles Clippers forward Stephen Jackson, one Christmas for an Oracle Arena worker got a little brighter.
Check out the below image from Jackson’s Instagram account which shows a photo of the Note along with comment from the women who he gave it to:
Solid Job, S-Jax...
Los Angeles Clippers forward Stephen Jackson is a re-gifter. No, not that kind of re-gifter. Most people who re-gift are too lazy or cheap to go out and buy a gift, so they just pass something on that was given to them. I guess you could say Jackson did that, but he did it with […]
Following the San Antonio Spurs’ 115-92 beatdown at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday at Staples Center, Gregg Popovich, the team’s typically cantankerous, grumpy, curmudgeonly head coach, showed off his humorous side when he sneakily stole the headband right off of the head of Clippers veteran Stephen Jackson. Of course, Jackson and […]The post Gregg Popovich...
The Los Angeles Clippers have signed veteran swingman Stephen Jackson.
The Clippers reached a deal late Tuesday night with Jackson, the 13-year NBA veteran. Los Angeles' lengthy East Coast road trip continues Wednesday in Boston.
The Clippers have lost J.J. Redick, Matt Barnes and Reggie Bullock to injuries in recent weeks, forcing the Pacific Division leaders to search for depth...
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December 11, 2013
The Clippers have officially inked a deal with free-agent forward Stephen Jackson.
The 35-year-old veteran spent last season at San Antonio, where he averaged 6.2 points 2.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 19.5 minutes per game in 55 games for the Spurs.
The Clippers were forced to look at options in the free agent market after J.J. Redick, Matt Barnes and Reggie Bullock suffered injuries...
After saying earlier Monday that the Clippers werent going to sign anybody today or probably even tomorrow, Coach Doc Rivers said later that the team was close to a deal with free-agent swingman Stephen Jackson.
Jackson is expected to join the Clippers in Boston on Tuesday to sign a contract and for a physical.
I just think hes a veteran, Rivers said. We need him in a pinch and...