Cavs’ Jackson injured in summer league game
Cleveland, OH (Sports Network) – Cleveland Cavaliers rookie forward Luke
Jackson suffered an injured right calf during a summer league game.
Jackson, who was the 10th overall pick by the Cavs in last month’s draft, will
have his injury evaluated by a team physician and will not return to summer
league action. Cleveland officials did not say how Jackson was hurt.
The 6-foot-7 Jackson played four seasons for the University of Oregon and led
the team in scoring and rebounding in both his junior and senior campaigns. In
2003-04, he averaged 21.2 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.5 assists over 31
Jackson signed a three-year contract with the club earlier this month.