Seriously, don't freak out, but it's certainly not 'no news' to read that your $80 million point guard is dealing with a sore achilles and needed an MRI on Monday. Especially after what what happened to Brandon Jennings, which was part of why the Pistons went out and acquired Jackson in the first place. Per Keith Langlois:
Reggie Jackson did little at #Pistons practice after reporting Achilles soreness. Doesn't sound likely to play in preseason opener Tuesday.— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) October 5, 2015
Jackson and Thomas will have precautionary MRIs today on their sore Achilles tendons, SVG said— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) October 5, 2015
Again, it doesn't sound serious, being described as "precautionary." Also, Jackson doing anything at all in practice is enough to suggest it's very minor in nature. Even if the MRI comes back normal and Jackson wakes up feeling better on game day, it wouldn't make sense to allow Jackson to aggravate something in the preseason. We'll update when we know more.
(That's Adonis Thomas referenced with Jackson in Langlois' tweet, by the way.)
Now your thoughts.