Reggie Jacksons one-year contract return to the Clippers will be an important backcourt rotation

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 Reggie Jacksons one-year contract return to the Clippers will be an important backcourt rotation


It was previously reported that the Rockets were interested in him and wanted to sign him with a base salary, but eventually he chose to return to the Clippers.

Watson also said Reggie will play a key role in the Clippers backcourt rotation.

On February 19, the pistons announced that Reggie would be cut, and the Clippers would soon sign him until the end of the season. Last season, Reggie played 17 games for the Clippers (including 6 starts), with an average of 21.3 minutes, 9.5 points, 3 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.

Reggie entered the league in 2011 and spent more than three seasons with the thunder and was traded to the pistons until he was cut off by the pistons last season.

Throughout his career, Reggie played 561 games, averaging 12.8 points, 3 rebounds and 4.4 assists.