In the span of one season, Reggie Jackson went from playing with the Tulsa 66ers to being the Thunder’s backup point guard to the team’s starter in the Playoffs. This season, Jackson has has had the chance to play heavy minutes at point guard and off the ball, both as a starter and off the bench. By staying aggressive, Jackson is able to get to the rim and finish at a high percentage while also creating opportunities for others. On the defensive end, Jackson’s biggest challenge and opportunity is perfecting his ability to defend the ball in the pick-and-roll. Considering most NBA offenses are centered around that screening action at the top of the key, Jackson’s success on the defensive end will be predicated on his ability to fight through screens and stay in front of his man.



What is a memorable community event you've done with the Thunder/in college?
Visiting the tornado victims in Moore.

Favorite professional sports team outside the NBA:

Favorite thing about representing the Oklahoma City community?
How united everyone is.

Most important part of your game-day routine:
Pre-game nap

One person from history you wish you could meet:
Martin Luther King

Dream job if you weren't playing in the NBA:
Sports Analyst

Area of game you'd like to improve on this year:
Outside shooting percentage

When I need a laugh, first person I call is ___?
My brother

Non-Basketball sporting event you'd like to attend:
World Cup Final

Best Non-Basketball Sports Movie:
Any Given Sunday

Best Pre-Game Meal:
PB and J  


Steak or Seafood?

Out to the movies or stay in and watch TV?
Stay in and watch TV

Summer or Winter?

Dogs or cats?

Ipod or Radio?

Lenses or no lenses?

Suit or sweats?

Sandals or sneakers?

Car or SUV?

Comedy or Action movie?

Batman or Superman?