The Los Angeles Clippers are ready to run it back following a disastrous end of last season, which ended with a conference semifinals exit against the Denver Nuggets.
Although they have lost some important pieces in Montrezl Harrell and Landry Shamet, they have made sure to bring others as well as re-signing key players.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Reggie Jackson has re-signed with the Clippers for another year. The point-guard joins Marcus Morris as the two Los Angeles players who have re-signed with the organization this summer.
Free agent guard Reggie Jackson is returning to the Los Angeles Clippers on a one-year deal, sources tell ESPN. Jackson is expected to play a prominent role in the Clippers backcourt rotation.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) December 2, 2020
Jackson arrived to the Clippers back in February, after getting a contract 'buyout' from the Detroit Pistons. Throughout the rest of the regular season and into the eight seeding games, the 10-year veteran recorded 9.5 points, 3.2 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game.
He is also expected to play an important role in the Clippers' backcourt rotation along with Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams.
The veteran point-guard has improved significantly his shooting from beyond the arc. During last year's Clippers playoff run at the NBA bubble, the 30 year-old converted 53.1% of his looks from deep.