Josh Jackson came into the 2017 NBA draft seen as a guy who could make a defensive impact early, get some buckets in transition and his offensive game would come around. In Las
In Las Vegas, Jackson hasn’t been one of the elite standouts but he has been good, shown he can defend well, and he get buckets averaging 17.4 points per game (on 42.5 percent shooting). He’s had games where he has taken over for stretches, such as when he had 21 points and 15 boards against Utah, but his ball handling needs work if he is going to take guys at the NBA level.
Above are some highlights of Jackson’s run in Las Vegas, courtesy the people at NBA.com. No question the guy can finish at the rim.