And-Ones: Jackson, Hayward, Fisher

Thunder guard Reggie Jackson made it clear that he wants to start and seems to want to do so at point guard, writes Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman.  Coach Scott Brooks was non-committal when asked about the possibility of adding Jackson, under contract through next season, to the starting lineup.  Meanwhile, Thabo Sefolosha spoke of his time with the Thunder in the past tense and it seems likely that he’ll wind up elsewhere next season.  More from around the league..

  • Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune tweets that the Jazz front office fully expects Gordon Hayward to be with the team going forward.  Hayward is a restricted free agent this summer and there is mutual interest in a return.
  • The Lakers haven’t reached out to the Thunder about getting permission to talk to Derek Fisher just yet, but that could be subject to change, tweets Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News.
  • Former Nuggets coach George Karl had an informal phone conversation with Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak but has yet to have a formal interview, Medina tweets.
  • Marist announced the resignation of Jeff Bower, tweets Vincent Goodwill of the Detroit Free Press.  That should be the first step towards him taking over as Pistons GM.
  • UCLA guard Jordan Adams was in Houston working out for the Rockets today, tweets Jeff Goodman of
  • The Nuggets will host Rodney Hood for a private workout tomorrow, a source told Goodman of ESPN (on Twitter).
  • The Raptors will host Jordan Clarkson and Canadian Khem Birch for workouts tomorrow, sources tell Goodman (on Twitter).
  • A source told Goodman (on Twitter) that Elfrid Payton held his own in front of the Kings in a workout today against Marcus Smart.  Aaron Gordon worked out for Sacramento but did not go head-to-head with Noah Vonleh.  He instead matched up with Eric Moreland (link).
  • The Lakers will be very busy on Wednesday as they audition many of this year’s top prospects, as Goodman tweets.  Among the names not previously reported are Payton, Gordon, Tyler Ennis, Zach LaVine, James Young, and Rodney Hood.
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