Thunder Signs Reggie Jackson

OKLAHOMA CITY, December 10, 2011 – Thunder Executive Vice President and General Manager Sam Presti announced today that the team has signed rookie guard Reggie Jackson. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Jackson, an AP All-America Honorable Mention and All-ACC First Team selection as a junior at Boston College, averaged 18.2 points, 4.5 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 34 games for the Eagles during the 2010-11 season. Jackson did not miss a game (99 games played) during his three-year career at BC.

Jackson led the Eagles in scoring, assists and steals while ranking fourth in rebounding during his junior season. The 6-3 guard ranked among the ACC leaders in seven statistical categories (scoring, assists, free-throw percentage, field-goal percentage, three-point field-goal percentage, three-point field-goals made and minutes played per game) during his final season at Boston College.

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NO. PLAYER POS. HT. WT. DOB PRIOR TO NBA/HOME COUNTRY YRS.
45 Cole Aldrich C 6-11 245 10/31/1988 Kansas/USA 1
4 Nick Collison F/C 6-10 255 10/26/1980 Kansas/USA 7
14 Daequan Cook G 6-5 210 04/28/1987 Ohio State/USA 4
21 Marcus Dove F 6-8 225 06/17/1985 Oklahoma State/USA R
35 Kevin Durant F 6-9 230 09/29/1988 Texas/USA 4
25 Anthony Goods G 6-3 195 06/21/1987 Stanford/USA R
13 James Harden G 6-5 220 08/26/1989 Arizona State/USA 2
9 Serge Ibaka F/C 6-10 235 09/18/1989 Ricoh Manresa/Republic of Congo 2
7 Royal Ivey G 6-4 215 12/20/1981 Texas/USA 7
15 Reggie Jackson G 6-3 208 04/16/1990 Boston College/USA R
6 Eric Maynor G 6-3 175 06/11/1987 Virginia Commonwealth/USA 2
23 Byron Mullens C 7-0 275 02/14/1989 Ohio State/USA 2
8 Nazr Mohammed C 6-10 250 09/05/1977 Kentucky/USA 13
5 Kendrick Perkins C 6-10 280 11/10/1984 Clifton J. Ozen HS (TX)/USA 8
33 Terrence Roberts F 6-9 240 08/14/1984 Syracuse/USA R
3 Nate Robinson G 5-9 180 05/31/1984 Washington/USA 6
2 Thabo Sefolosha G 6-7 215 05/02/1984 Angelico Biella/Switzerland 5
0 Russell Westbrook G 6-3 187 11/12/1988 UCLA/USA 3
HEAD COACH: Scott Brooks (UC Irvine)

ASSISTANT COACHES:
Maurice Cheeks (West Texas State)
Rex Kalamian (Cal Poly Pomona)
Mark Bryant (Seton Hall)
Brian Keefe (UNLV)

ASSISTANT COACH/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT: Maz Trakh (Southern Utah)

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE: Dwight Daub (Evansville)

ATHLETIC TRAINER: Joe Sharpe (Old Dominion)