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Pistons’ point guard Reggie Jackson out 6-8 weeks with thumb injury (in addition to knee)


Already we knew Pistons point guard Reggie Jackson was out to start the season due to tendonitis in his right knee, and he had platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to treat it. But that wasn’t even the worst of his problems. He also had PRP treatment on his right thumb, which should keep him sidelined 6-8 weeks [more]

Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy: Reggie Jackson could miss 6-8 weeks


Rumors of Reggie Jackson‘s demise have proven to be correct. The Pistons point guard is expected to miss the start of the regular season with knee problems. Rod Beard of The Detroit News: #Pistons SVG says surgery is not likely, but he could be out as 6-8 weeks. — Rod Beard (@detnewsRodBeard) October 5, 2016 [more]

Rumor: Pistons fear Reggie Jackson will miss extended time to begin season, seeking point guard


The Pistons have trended upward since hiring Stan Van Gundy, and they hoped to ride the Reggie Jackson–Andre Drummond combination to ascend further. But Jackson – who had been limited in practice due to longstanding knee issues – might not be available for a while. Marc Stein of ESPN: Today's hot rumble: Hearing Detroit, fearing [more]

Report: Pistons signing Trey Freeman to partially guaranteed contract

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The Pistons will start Reggie Jackson at point guard, and they signed Ish Smith to provide better backup at the position. The competition for the third point guard spot is heating up. With Lorenzo Brown and Ray McCallum already signed to unguaranteed deals, Detroit is adding undrafted Old Dominion guard Trey Freeman. Michael Scotto of [more]