Reggie Jackson Agrees To Buyout With Pistons, Plans To Sign With Clippers

Tanya Simon
February 21, 2020

One of the NBA's deepest teams is adding talent. The Clippers, meanwhile, recently acquired the exact type of experienced scoring guard that the Lakers need, agreeing to a deal with Reggie Jackson after Jackson received a buyout from the Detroit Pistons.

The move adds backcourt depth for the Clippers as they prepare for what promises to be a rigorous path through the Western Conference playoffs.

Paul George (hamstring) is likely to be limited in the coming weeks with an injury that has hampered him throughout his first season in Los Angeles.

The market for a point guard became even more competitive after Darren Collison made a decision to remain retired.

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Detroit Pistons guard Reggie Jackson (1) drives to the basket as New York Knicks guard Wayne Ellington (2) defends during the second quarter at Little Caesars Arena.

Jackson appears to be a consolation prize after Collison's decision to stay off the court.

Jackson, 29, has averaged 14.9 points and 5.1 assists per game this season.

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