Dallas Mavericks forward Justin Jackson has been streaming video games during the NBA’s hiatus. Check out how to enjoy the content here.
The Dallas Mavericks traded for Justin Jackson at the deadline in 2019. They were looking to get off of Harrison Barnes’ player option for this season which he eventually declined to sign a long-term deal with the Kings. Jackson offered a young talent that was the leading scorer on a team that won the NCAA Championship in 2017.
His time in Dallas has been up and down so far. Jackson played well after the trade last season. He shot 48.4 percent from the field and 37.2 percent on his 3-pointers. There was hope that he could transform into a 3-and-D forward that provides steady minutes off the bench. Jackson has struggled with his jumper this season. He is connecting on just 29.8 percent from downtown.
Jackson is entering the final year of his rookie deal next season. It will be interesting to see if the Mavericks attempt to trade the 25-year-old before he hits restricted free agency.
Jackson is streaming for fans
The NBA suspended its regular season on March 11. It has been less than three full weeks without basketball, but it feels like ten already. There is no firm date for starting back up either. The league has even closed practice facilities. Fans are looking at an extended absence because of the novel coronavirus.
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Justin Jackson is giving fans plenty of entertainment during the hiatus, though. He has been streaming on his Twitch account. Jackson played Call of Duty on Thursday. Fans can rewatch that stream here.
It is awesome to see Jackson and other Mavericks providing entertainment for fans. The streams are a fantastic way for supporters to interact with the players. Jackson will likely go live again soon, and fans should check it out.
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