LA Clippers and Reggie Jackson agree to a 2-year, $ 22 million contract

Reggie Jackson A source told ESPN’s Adrian Wozniawski that he would stay with the team that helped save his life by agreeing to a two-year, $ 22 million contract with LA Clippers.

According to Wozniawski, the free agent point guard will return the maximum amount the clippers can pay him according to CPA rules.

Jackson renewed his career last season, improving his offense, creating decisive scenes and helping the Clippers reach their first Western conference finals. After shooting an average of 10.7 points and 3 points at 43.3% in the regular season, the 10-year-old player emerged as one of the Clippers stars in the playoffs.

With Kavi Leonard For the last eight playoff games with the somewhat torn ACL, Jackson has helped Paul George Offense charge, averaging 17.8 points and 40.8% shooting from 3 points in the latter season.

Jackson scored 22 points, helping Clippers eliminate Jazz with 27 points and 10 assists in Game 6 before helping them steal Game 5 in Utah.

Point Guard was a fan favorite, chanting slogans of his name as he averaged 20.3 points in the finals of the Western Conference.

When Jackson returned, the Clippers hoped to keep their center intact by signing Leonard again, who refused his player option and became a free agent. Leonard is expected to negotiate a new deal to stay with the clippers, Wozniacki said.

Lawrence Frank, head of Clippers for basketball operations, said after the NBA draft last week that Jackson believed the team would stay with Leonard. Nicholas Bottom Y Serge Ipaka. Ibaga chose the second year of his contract and Bottom agreed to return with a two-year contract.

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