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How Handicapped Would Detroit Pistons Be Without Reggie Jackson?

The Detroit Pistons' near-perfect offseason, one that inched the long-suffering franchise closer to the top of the Eastern Conference standings, just became a little less perfect. According to ESPN.com's Marc Stein, star point guard Reggie Jackson may be out of the lineup for a significant period of time: Detroit spent much of the summer trying to acquire depth at multiple positions, but it couldn't possibly have prepared for this.
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