Pistons' Reggie Jackson takes blame for dehydration episode


Pistons' Reggie Jackson takes blame for dehydration episode
  1. Pistons' Reggie Jackson takes blame for dehydration episode
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OAKLAND, Calif. – Reggie Jackson got up a few extra shots after practice at Oracle Arena on Wednesday night afternoon.

It was a good sign considering he was treated for dehydration after Tuesday night’s 100-94 loss at the Sacramento Kings.

He said he first felt the symptoms shortly after returning to the Golden 1 Center visitor’s locker room.

He took full blame for the situation.

“It’s on me,” Jackson said. “I gotta be better at taking care of myself and making sure I don’t get to that point, to be honest, so I let my teammates down by not being on my P's and Q's and making sure everything was alright with myself during the game.”

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Kings guard Ty Lawson (10) and Kosta Koufos (41) trap Pistons guard Reggie Jackson (1) during the second half of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy, left, has a few words with official Tre Maddox during the second half of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) drives to the basket around Pistons defender Tobias Harris (34) during the second half of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Kings guard Ty Lawson (10) gets to the basket past Pistons defender Andre Drummond (0) during the second half of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons guard Ish Smith (14) dribbles the ball against the Kings during the first quarter of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Pistons center Boban Marjanovic (51) dunks the ball against the Kings during the second quarter of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Pistons forward Stanley Johnson (7) and forward Tobias Harris (34) high-five after a time-out is called against the Kings during the second quarter of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Kings guard Ty Lawson (10) drives in against Pistons guard Ish Smith (14) during the third quarter of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Pistons guard Reggie Jackson (1) reaches in against Kings guard Ty Lawson (10) during the fourth quarter of the Pistons' 100-94 loss Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Pistons center Andre Drummond (0) controls the ball against the Kings during the first quarter Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Pistons guard Ish Smith (14) drives to the basket against Kings defender Ben McLemore (23) during the first half Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons center Boban Marjanovic (51) shoots over Kings defender Kosta Koufos (41) during the first half Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons center Andre Drummond (0) shoots over Kings defender DeMarcus Cousins (15) during the first half Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons guard Reggie Jackson (1) drives to the basket against Kings defender DeMarcus Cousins (15) during the first half Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons forward Tobias Harris (34) is fouled while driving to the basket by Kings defender Garrett Temple (17) during the first half Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.  Steve Yeater, AP Fullscreen Pistons guard Reggie Jackson (1) controls the ball against the Kings during th…
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