What is Reggie Jackson’s Net Worth?

Reggie Jackson Net Worth is US$30 Million as of 2022.

Net Worth US$ 30 Mn
BornApril 16, 1990 (32 Years)
Full NameReginald Shon Jackson
Also Known as“Big Government” and “Mr. June”
GenderMale
Height6′ 2”
HoroscopeAries
Country of OriginPordenone, Italy
Source of WealthBasketball Player.
Marital StatusUnmarried
GirlfriendJayne Caldwell
Famous ForAmerican Professional Basketball Player

Biography

Reggie Jackson’s net worth is estimated at US$ 30 million as of 2022.

Reggie Jackson was born in 1990 in Pordenone, Italy. Jackson completed his high school at General William J. Palmer high school and used to play basketball there, and was titled the “Gatorade Colorado Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year.” Jackson’s father served at  Aviano Air Base, a US Air Force base in Italy. Jackson was five years old when his family moved to England and eventually settled in the United States.

He became an American citizen in 2008 after he renounced Italian citizenship. Jackson was a Boston College student from 2008 through 2011. Jackson was selected for the first-team All-ACC team of 2011. The Oklahoma City Thunder selected Jackson as the 24th overall pick in the NBA Draft of 2011. While playing for the Thunders, Reggie was also assigned to play in the NBA Developmental League 2012 for the Tulsa 66ers. After playing four seasons with the Thunders, in February 2015, he was traded to Detroit Pistons. Jackson plays for LA Clippers after signing a buyout contract with the Pistons in 2020.

Timeline

2012

Between March to December 2012, Jackson was allocated numerous times to the NBA Development League’s Tulsa 66ers.

2014

  • In 2014, Jackson was selected to compete in the Taco Bell Skills Challenge.
  • In April 2014, against the Memphis Grizzlies, Jackson scored 32 points (a career-high) along with nine rebounds
  • Jackson scored 29 points, a season-high in the 78–85 on 12-of-21.

2015

  • In February 2015, as part of a three-team deal, Reggie was traded to the Detroit Pistons, involving the Utah Jazz
  • He made his debut against the Washington Wizards for the Pistons and scored 17 points, five assists, and five rebounds in a 106–89 win.
  • In March, Jackson scored his 2nd career triple-double.
  • In November 2015, against “Portland Trail Blazers,” Jackson scored 40 points, a career-high, in a 120–103 win.
  • In December, against Phoenix Suns,” Jackson had the best season game with 16 assists and 34 points in a 127–122.
  • Jackson joined Andre Drummond.

2016

  • Jackson had nine assists and 39 points to help the Pistons to defeat against the Washington Wizards in April 2016.
  • In December, Jackson made his season debut for the Pistons, recording 18 points in 23 minutes over the Orlando Magic.

2017

    Against the Chicago Bulls, Jackson recorded 24 of his 26 points in the 2nd half of the Pistons’ 109–95 win.

2018

    Against the Phoenix Suns after missing Twenty-four games. Jackson scored seven points in 15 minutes on 3-of-7 shooting as a starter in a 115–88 win.

2019

  • Reggie recorded 29 points in a 111–101 loss against the Clippers.
  • In February, Jackson scored 32 points season-high in a 125–122 win against the Atlanta Hawks

2020

  • Detroit Pistons waived Reggie after a contract buyout agreement was reached.
  • In February 2020, Reggie signed with the Los Angeles Clippers
  • In December 2020, Reggie re-signed with the Clippers.

2021

    Jackson, Patrick Beverley, Terance Mann, and Paul George directed the Clippers to its 1st Western Conference Finals arrival in June 2021.

Early Life

Reginald Shon Jackson, age 31, was born in Pordenone in northeast Italy on April 16, 1990. Trez Jackson and Travis Jackson are his siblings. Jackson’s father, Saul Jackson, served at Aviano Air Base in Italy, and his mother is Sharon Jackson. Jackson, when five years old, moved with his family to England and subsequently settled in Colorado, the US. Jackson graduated in 2008 from Colorado Springs’ General William J. Palmer High school and was named the Gatorade Colorado Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year. Jackson renounced his Italian citizenship and announced his US citizenship in April 2008. Rivals.com ranked Jackson as the No. 29 shooting guard and the No. 115 player in the country in 2008.

At Boston College, Jackson joined a team that included players like Rakim Sanders and Tyrese Rice, who were already stars then. In Reggie’s freshman season, the Eagles made the NCAA Tournament, and Jackson was used as a fiery weapon off the bench. In Jackson’s 2nd season, following the departure of Rice, he was given the starting role. However, the Eagles failed to return to the NCAA Tournament this time.

Jackson was the Eagles’ leading scorer per game, with 18.2 points. In 2010-11 as a junior, he also led them to the National Invitation Tournament. Along with Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith, Malcolm Delaney, and Jordan Williams, he was named in the first-team All-ACC. Jackson declared for The NBA Draft, after his junior season.  

Career

Reggie Jackson was limited in his action during his first season. Over 45 games, playing behind Eric Maynor and Russell Westbrooke, he averaged 11.1 minutes. Jackson scored more than three points per game, but he shot 32% from the field. That percentage fell to 21% when Jackson attempted shots beyond the arc. In 2012, he did not participate in any of the Thunder’s playoff games. The Thunder lost to the Miami Heat in four games to 1.

Between March to December 2012, Jackson was allocated numerous times to the NBA Development League’s Tulsa 66ers. Jackson’s production and minutes steadily increased during the 2012–13 season as a sophomore.

In 2014, Jackson was selected to compete in the Taco Bell Skills Challenge. In April 2014, against the Memphis Grizzlies, Jackson scored 32 points (a career-high) along with nine rebounds. Jackson scored 29 points, a season-high in the 78–85 on 12-of-21 shooting loss to the Milwaukee Bucks in November 2014.

In February 2015, as part of a three-team deal, Reggie was traded to the Detroit Pistons, involving the Utah Jazz. Later in three days, he made his debut against the Washington Wizards for the Pistons and scored 17 points, five assists, and five rebounds in a 106–89 win.

In March, Jackson scored his 2nd career triple-double.

In November 2015, against “Portland Trail Blazers,” Jackson scored 40 points, a career-high, in a 120–103 win.

In December, against Phoenix Suns,” Jackson had the best season game with 16 assists and 34 points in a 127–122.

Reggie was named “Eastern Conference Player of the Week” for the week ending in December 2015. Jackson joined Andre Drummond as the only Pistons co-players to win the award two times in the same season.

Jackson had nine assists and 39 points to help the Pistons to defeat against the Washington Wizards in April 2016.

In October 2016, Jackson received PRP injections and a UCL sprain of his right thumb to treat left knee tendinosis. In December, Jackson made his season debut for the Pistons, recording 18 points in 23 minutes over the Orlando Magic.

Jackson scored seven points in 15 minutes on 3-of-7 shooting as a starter in a 115–88 win. In March 2017, against the Chicago Bulls, Jackson recorded 24 of his 26 points in the 2nd half of the Pistons’ 109–95 win. In March 2018, against the Phoenix Suns after missing Twenty-four games.

In February 2019, Reggie recorded 29 points in a 111–101 loss against the Clippers. In February, Jackson scored 32 points season-high in a 125–122 win against the Atlanta Hawks.

In February 2020, Detroit Pistons waived Reggie after a contract buyout agreement was reached.

In February 2020, Reggie signed with the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers were eliminated by the Denver Nuggets in the 2020 NBA playoffs in 7 games despite initially leading 3 games to one.

In December 2020, Reggie re-signed with the Clippers. Jackson, Patrick Beverley, Terance Mann, and Paul George directed the Clippers to its 1st Western Conference Finals arrival in June 2021.

Highlights

  • First-team All-ACC (2011)
  • Mr. Colorado Basketball (2008)
  • Recording 18 points in 23 minutes (Jackson made his season debut 2016)
  • Jackson scored 32 points season-high, in a 125–122 (win against the Atlanta Hawks 2019)
  • Reggie re-signed with the Clippers (2020)

Favorite Quotes from Reggie Jackson

Favorite Quote 1 from Reggie Jackson

“I think there’s a misconception about who I am, and that’s always followed me.” 

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Favorite Quote 2 from Reggie Jackson

“Once I learned that I was like, I’m very solid in who I am. I think my foundation is good.” 

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Favorite Quote 3 from Reggie Jackson

“It’s media, and it’s everybody else, and it’s fans who paint the picture of you.”

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Favorite Quote 4  from Reggie Jackson

“I can understand why people are mad, but … I’m not living life for them, and it’s not their life to live, so I have to do what’s best for myself.”

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Key Life Lesson from Reggie Jackson

  • Do what’s best for you.
  • I can understand why people are mad, but … I’m not living life for them, and it’s not their life to live, so I have to do what’s best for myself

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Jackson’s net worth?

Reggie Jackson’s net worth is estimated at US$ 30 million as of 2022.

What is Reggie Jackson’s height?

Reggie Jackson’s height is 1.88m: 6’ 2” ft.

How old is Reggie Jackson Clippers?

Reggie is 32 years old and was born on April 16, 1990.

Summary

Reggie is a professional American basketball player for the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers. He plays point guard. In 2011, he returned to the league post, being drafted by the Oklahoma City Thunder on 24th overall.

In 2015, Jackson combined the Pistons after four successful seasons with the team. He also played at Boston College for three years before ingoing NBA Draft in 2011.

Reggie has been the No. 2 scorer of the Los Angeles Clippers for most of the seasons.

Jackson’s leadership and solid play have kept the Los Angeles Clippers in good shape and in contention to make it to the playoffs.

Reggie Jackson’s net worth is estimated at US$ 30 million as of 2022.

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