The 29-year-old Point Guard and the Detroit Pistons have agreed to part ways after four-and-a-half seasons together. Reggie suffered several injuries throughout his tenure in Detroit, but when healthy, has proven to be quite the serviceable player.
In the fourteen games Reggie has played this year, Reggie has been averaging 14.9 points on 37.8% shooting from deep. He has always been a great on-ball scorer and will provide a great service to whatever team he plays for. He also has been dishing out 5.1 assists per game, showing that he is a great all-around offensive player.
His defense isn’t too bad either. His stats aren’t eye-popping, or even good, but he shows effort on defense and can be a poor man’s Beverley when on his game defensively.
Reggie is going to be playing on a contender for the remainder of the season. He will be a great player to play along-side Lou Williams, and will be an incredible offensive player against opposing second units. The Jackson-Williams duo may be the most dangerous bench duo in the league, and further strengthens what was already the best bench in the league.
Reggie’s time in Detroit was plagued by injuries. Hopefully he will be able to get that ring with the Los Angeles Clippers. He will play a large rotational role with the team and might just get his ring in his ninth season.