Pacers select Isaiah Jackson

Former Wildcat Isaiah Jackson will be an Indiana Pacer. Jackson was take 22nd Overall in Thursday's NBA Draft. The pick was originally owned by the Lakers was shipped off to Washington, who then traded the pick to Indiana.

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NEW YORK- Former Wildcat Isaiah Jackson will be an Indiana Pacer. Jackson was take 22nd Overall in Thursday’s NBA Draft. The pick was originally owned by the Lakers was shipped off to Washington, who then traded the pick to Indiana.

Jackson was the only Kentucky player selected in the first round, marking the first time in the Cal era where multiple cats weren’t picked in the first.

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In his lone season with Kentucky, Jackson averaged 8.4 points, 6.6 rebound and 2.6 blocks per game.

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