Reggie Jackson (bruised wrist) "didn't feel comfortable" after practicing on Monday, but he's expected to be ready for OKC's season opener.
Reggie Jackson (bruised right wrist) went through a full practice on Monday and there's a chance he returns for Tuesday's preseason game vs. Utah.
Reggie Jackson (bruised right wrist) will sit out again vs. the Wolves on Sunday.
Reggie Jackson (wrist) will not play in Friday's preseason game vs. Toronto.
Reggie Jackson's bruised right wrist will prevent him from playing in Tuesday's exhibition.
GM Sam Presti stated that Reggie Jackson could miss some time with a right wrist contusion, but he's expected to be back relatively soon.
With news that Kevin Durant will be sidelined for a minimum of the first 6-8 weeks, Reggie Jackson looks to be the team's second-option on offense.
Reggie Jackson left Friday's game with an arm injury and did not return, finishing with 13 points, three rebounds, three assists, one steal and two 3-pointers in 17 minutes.
Reggie Jackson scored nine points on 2-of-7 FGs and 4-of-4 FTs in 23 minutes off the bench vs. the Nuggets on Wednesday.
Reggie Jackson told media on Monday that he wants to be a starter this season because he wants "to be great."
Scott Brooks did not rule out Reggie Jackson as his starting shooting guard.
Thunder GM Sam Presti is confident that the team will extend Reggie Jackson's contract before the start of the season.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are making every effort to sign Reggie Jackson to a contract extension.
Reggie Jackson is expected to get interest from the Mavs, Heat, Knicks and Lakers next summer when he becomes a restricted free agent.