Reggie Jackson saw limited action in his first season with the Oklahoma City Thunder. He averaged just 11 minutes over 45 games and played behind Russell Westbrook and Eric Maynor. However, when Westbrook tore his meniscus a year later, Jackson was given a chance to lead the Thunder in the playoffs. In his first career start, he tallied 14 points, 2 rebounds and 1 assists en route to a victory in game 3 of the Thunder's first round playoff series against the Houston Rockets. As a starter in his first playoffs, Jackson averaged 15.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game.
In his third season, Jackson's playing time increased to 28 minutes a game and although he played an important part in the team's offense, he played in the shadows of Russell Westbrook. Jackson felt that he deserved a more prominent role and as a result, he was traded to the Detroit Pistons on February 19, 2015.
Jackson has become the leader of the Pistons. He finished his first full season with the Pistons this past year and took the franchise to their first playoff appearance since 2009. Watch below as Reggie gives Vice Sports the inside scoop on the OKC breakup, his best Stan Van Gundy impersonation, and lets us know what life was like growing up in London.