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#24 Jim Jackson
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  • Retired in 2007
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  • 6'6" / 220lbs
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  • 10/14/1970
  • USA
  • 4th pick, 1992
  • Ohio State
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March 19, 2013

Jim Jackson - Jackson is an analyst for the Big Ten network, owns a logistics firm, owns a furniture company, and is a managing director of this.


April 19, 2011

Jim Jackson - Jackson is an announcer for the Big Ten Network, owns several restaurants, and has a large real estate portfolio.


March 18, 2010

- Jim Jackson

Former NBA journeyman Jim Jackson last played in the 2005-06 season with the L.A. Lakers. He is now an analyst for the Big Ten Network.

Jackson still jointly holds the record for most NBA teams played for, tied with Chucky Brown and Tony Massenburg at 12. Drew Gooden is putting on a decent run at it, with 8 in the book before the age of 29; if only he'd played a game with the Wizards in his week there. Bobby Jones and Josh Davis, previously putting on decent runs at the title, appeared to have moved on. (Kevin Ollie is at 11; he's played for 12 different teams, but technically, the Seattle Supersonics and Oklahoma City Thunder appear to count as the same franchise. This seems unfair.)