G - LAC
Free agent PG Reggie Jackson is resigning with the Clippers on a two-year, $22 million deal according to, Adrian Wojnarowski of the ESPN.
After a fantastic playoff run in which Jackson averaged 17.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 3.8 assists across 32.7 minutes per game, Jackson and the Clippers came to terms on a new deal. The veteran guard should remain in the rotation as the starting point guard for the 2022 squad.
Reggie Jackson totaled 23 points (8-14 FG, 4-7 3PT, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, three assists, and one block in the Suns’ 116-102 loss to the Suns on Monday.
Jackson looks to remain consistent after the Clippers’ win over the Suns in Game Five of the Western Conference Finals. He has been unstoppable and has managed to maintain his own tempo throughout the entirety of these playoffs. It has been a strong showing that has positioned the Clippers well for remaining competitive in each series played thus far. However, the potential downfall is that his upside seems capped, and even though he has established a high floor, the potential ceiling for other fantasy plays may make them poised to out-compete him for their place on your multiplier slots.
Reggie Jackson totaled 20 points (8-24 FG, 2-9 3PT, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, one assist, and one steal in the Clippers’ 84-80 loss to the Suns on Saturday.
Jackson will look to do more after the Clippers’ loss to the Suns in Game Four of the Western Conference Finals. Yes, he has been a pleasant surprise this playoff run, but can he do more? Tonight could be an excellent opportunity for us to see just what he is made of and even experience a breakthrough ceiling game if he can add a little more volume to his shooting and production in other key performance categories. However, at the same time, Jackson could default to a conservative approach to tonight's game leading to an underwhelming fantasy line but a victory for the team.
Reggie Jackson totaled 23 points (9-17 FG, 3-8 3PT, 2-4 FT), one rebound, three assists, and two steals in the Clippers’ 106-92 win over the Suns on Thursday.
Jackson looks to avoid a scoring slump after the Clippers' win over the Suns in Game Three of the Western Conference Finals. He has been phenomenal throughout the entire playoffs and has produced more often than not, which has brought tremendous value to the Clippers and our fantasy lineups. However, every player has their day, and Reggie's could come soon, especially with the return of Chris Paul. Jackson's ascendence doesn’t seem to be a part of a fleeting chance occurrence. He has truly been able to embed himself into the rotation and, as a result, has reaped a "rebirth" of sorts. However, it would still be wise to pay attention closely to his production tendencies to best leverage the value of other players if in the case of his impending floor game. It doesn’t seem that night is tonight, but he could be less productive than a few other unsuspecting plays in the rotation.
Reggie Jackson totaled 24 points (10-19 FG, 4-12 3PT), six rebounds, four assists, and one steal in the Clippers’ 120-114 loss to the Suns on Sunday.
Jackson will look to remain in good form after the Clippers' loss to the Suns in Game one of the Western Conference Finals. He has been an excellent source of offensive production for the Clippers throughout the playoffs, and with Kawhi Leonard out, he will have to find a way to capitalize on his production to help position the Clippers for success. Jackson has been better about producing in other ways outside of scoring, which tremendously helps his value; however, it still seems as though his production is long overdue to hit a rough spot. Be sure to pay attention to the flow and player dynamics in this one, as anyone can have the hot hand any given night.