What a sick move!
Detroit Pistons guard Reggie Jackson absolutely shattered the ankles of Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner during the third quarter of Wednesday night’s game at Little Caesars Arena. An absolutely filthy crossover sent Turner tumbling to the floor right before Jackson drained a jumper.
Reggie Jackson’s step-back was filthy pic.twitter.com/Xfy8JlBBTd
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 4, 2019
Savagery from Jackson!
Dwane Casey gives update on Blake Griffin
The Detroit Pistons will once again be without star forward Blake Griffin Wednesday night at home against the Indiana Pacers. He’s already missed the past two games after experiencing knee soreness during shootaround before Detroit’s matchup against the Portland Trail Blazers.
During his pre-game press conference, head coach Dwane Casey provided an update on Griffin’s condition.
“No, it’s not structural (Griffin’s injury),” he said. “He’s working, trying to get it back to where he is comfortable with it. He’s still not comfortable with it so the medical people made a decision to hold him until he is comfortable and can go with it.
With a record of 39-38, the Pistons currently occupy the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference, a half-game ahead of the Brooklyn Nets and a full game ahead of the 8th place Miami Heat.
Classy! Michigan State’s Cassius Winston and Nick Ward console Duke’s Tre Jones
In case you missed this from yesterday (we did), following Michigan State’s win over Duke to go to the Final Four, Duke guard Tre Jones was overcome with emotion near midcourt.
When Spartans forward Nick Ward and guard Cassius Winston noticed Jones, they immediately went over and consoled him
Check it out.
.@DukeMBB guard Tre Jones was bent double with emotion. Teammates tried to console him and @MSU_Basketball’s Nick Ward and Cassius Winston took time to do the same. Pure class. pic.twitter.com/ZDWgHirTDq
— Jeff Gravley (@jgravleyWRAL) April 1, 2019
Pure class by a couple of Spartan players who had just won the biggest game of their lives.
Must see! Tom Izzo gets dance lessons in locker room after win
The dragon has been slain!
On Sunday, Michigan State was clearly on a mission and they accomplished that mission by defeating No. 1 Duke to advance to the Final Four.
For Spartans head coach Tom Izzo, it is his 8th Final Four in 24 years and he will be looking to win his second National Championship.
Following the conclusion of the game and after the Spartans were finished cutting down the nets, Izzo and his team went to their locker room to celebrate.
Watch as Izzo gets some dancing lessons following the big win.