Reggie Jackson said that he opted to undergo the PRP treatment on his left knee because he felt the tendinitis was limiting his ability to be explosive on the court.
Reggie Jackson (thumb, knee) had a platelet-rich plasma injection for his right thumb along with having a knee injection on Monday.
Reggie Jackson had PRP treatment on his left knee on Monday morning.
Reggie Jackson (knee) is targeting a late-November, early-December return to the court.
Reggie Jackson will undergo PRP treatment for his left knee tendinitis on Monday in New York.
Reggie Jackson hopes to make a decision on how he will treat the tendinitis in his left knee by Friday.
Reggie Jackson (left knee) could be out for the next 6-8 weeks, according to coach Stan Van Gundy.
Detroit is reportedly fearful that Reggie Jackson (left knee tendinitis) could miss "extended time" to start the season, and they are reportedly exploring the point guard market.
Reggie Jackson (left knee tendinitis) was withheld from Tuesday's practice.
Reggie Jackson (knee tendinitis) will be limited in training camp according to coach Stan Van Gundy.
Reggie Jackson, entering his sixth NBA season, believes he will have to "step up this year and be an even more impactful leader and more of a voice of reason and direction" for his Piston teammates.
Reggie Jackson expects the Piston to take a big step forward this season.
Speaking on SiriusXM NBA Radio, Reggie Jackson said he is excited about the potential of the Pistons this season.
Reggie Jackson said he wants the Pistons to be a better defensive team next season.