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Pistons' Jackson out at least 6-8 weeks with Grade 3 ankle sprain

Tim Fuller / USA TODAY Sports

Reggie Jackson could miss the next two months after the Detroit Pistons guard was diagnosed with a Grade 3 ankle sprain Wednesday.

He will re-evaluated in six-to-eight weeks.

Jackson was injured in Tuesday's third quarter against the Indiana Pacers. After jumping to throw a kick-out pass to teammate Reggie Bullock on the wing, Jackson's right ankle rolled over on his landing, sending the 27-year-old to the floor in considerable pain.

Jackson is averaging 14.5 points this season on 44.6 percent shooting to go with 5.5 assists per game.

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