Frank Jackson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/4/1998 (24)
Frank Jackson Last 10 Games
Frank Jackson News
Detroit Pistons point guard Killian Hayes (groin) and shooting guard Frank Jackson (back) have been ruled out for Friday's game vs. Boston. Hayes will miss a second straight outing due to a right adductor contusion that he sustained during Monday's outing, having recently enjoyed an elevated role among the second unit with Jackson unavailable. A bilateral lumbar spasm has sidelined Jackson for 10 of Detroit's last 11 outings, an indication that he will be down for the foreseeable future as he continues to get treatment. Without the duo, Saben Lee should get all of the second-unit run that he can handle, while Cade Cunningham and Cory Joseph are likely to see a handful of additional minutes and ball-handling opportunities as well.
Detroit Pistons shooting guard Frank Jackson (back) has been ruled out for Friday's contest against Indiana as he works through bilateral lumbar spasms in his back. Jackson has combined to play just 23 minutes since Feb. 10 due to the ailment, which has thrust Killian Hayes into a larger role among the second unit. While Jackson enjoyed a productive stretch during February, he has a muddled path to fantasy relevance with Cade Cunningham healthy and among the starting five. Jackson's next chance to take the floor comes Monday vs. the Hawks.
Detroit Pistons power forward/center Marvin Bagley III (ankle) and shooting guard Frank Jackson (back) have been ruled out for Thursday's contest against Toronto. Bagley's absence has now climbed to three consecutive outings on the sidelines, while Jackson is heading back to street clothes after returning from a five-game absence Tuesday. Kelly Olynyk figures to get elevated run without Bagley in the mix, making him an appealing DFS option. Killian Hayes remains a confounding offensive asset, but he should stand to see a healthy minutes allotment without Jackson in the backcourt mix. The next chance for Bagley or Jackson to suit up comes Friday vs. the Pacers.
Detroit Pistons shooting guards Hamidou Diallo (ankle) and Frank Jackson (back) have been given the green light to take the floor for Tuesday's game against Washington. Diallo ultimately did not miss any games due to the ankle ailment, as he is set to reclaim his role as a significant contributor among Detroit's second unit. Jackson is back in action after a five-game stint on the sidelines, with both players likely to cut into the other's DFS appeal. Diallo remains the more appealing play due to having averaged 13.9 PPG over his last 10 outings, although all Pistons are set to benefit from playing a Wizards group that ranks in the bottom third of the league in defensive efficiency.