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Frank Jackson – It is not a secret that the Phoenix Suns are now in the process of trying to strengthen their roster in preparation for the beginning of the 2022-2023 NBA season.
People are frantically inputting Jae Crowder trades into their trade finders, trying to find the right scenario that could send the BOSSMAN to another team and garner an asset that could assist this team. People are trying to find the right scenario that could send the BOSSMAN to another team and garner an asset that could assist this team. But while everybody is staring over at the Crowder situation, James Jones made an addition to the roster on Tuesday that I’m not sure anyone expected. This came as a surprise to everyone.
Why? Considering that his name is James Jones.
The Phoenix Suns have strengthened their team by signing former Duke Blue Devils player Frank Jackson to a contract that does not guarantee him a roster spot.
Jackson, a point guard who stands 6 feet 3 inches tall and goes by the moniker “Frankie Flash,” was selected by the Charlotte Hornets with the 31st overall choice in the 2017 NBA Draft. He played two seasons for the New Orleans Pelicans and then played two seasons for the Detroit Pistons, giving him a total of four years of experience in the National Basketball Association. The year before, he appeared in 53 games for the squad from Detroit, making 7 starts, and averaged 10.6 points, one assist, and 30.8% shooting from beyond the arc in 22 minutes per game. In addition, he shot 30.8% from beyond the arc.
It is worth noting that Jackson averaged 3.8 three-point attempts per game and shot 40.7% from deep in the previous season.
After graduating from high school in Utah, Frankie Flash was recognized as a McDonald’s All-American and was considered a five-star prospect. However, he has had some foot troubles, and the injury that he sustained was what prevented him from playing for the Hornets in his first season in the NBA. He attended Duke for for one year before dropping out, and he is now 24 years old.
He is known to make the most of opportunities when they present himself and has shown signs of brilliance on occasion. His career high is 31 points, which he scored in a game that took place in the year 2020. Last season, the Pistons were defeated by the eventual NBA champion Golden State Warriors by a margin of only three points, and he had a performance in which he scored 27 points. He accomplished all of this after having been sitting on the bench.
When he takes a shot, Jackson has a fluid shooting stroke and does an excellent job of lining up his shoulders with the hoop. It is reasonable to anticipate that he will thrive at coming off of screens and shooting threes. If I had the chance, I think the best way to describe him would be as a Jordan Poole impersonator played by a poorer man.
His contract is non-guaranteed, which means that he can be fired at any time, and the company is no longer compelled to pay the remaining amount because that money is “not guaranteed.” In other words, his employment is not secure. Guaranteed contracts ensure that the player will earn the full sum guaranteed to them even in the event that the contract is canceled (or waived) by the team before the end of the agreed-upon time period. This sum of money is considered to be “guaranteed.”
The Suns have made a wise choice in this matter as they continue their search for a player who can step in for Chris Paul when the latter is not on the court. After a season like the one before, it’s vital to put some pressure on Cameron Payne and let him know that this is an issue for the team. The default assumption is that Cameron Payne will get these minutes, but it’s important to let him know that this is a concern for the team.
Jackson is one of the newest members of the team, along with Damion Lee, Josh Okogie, and Duane Washington Jr., who all have two-way contracts, and they are all there to help fill guard responsibilities on the bench behind Cam Payne and Landry Shamet.
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