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Tiffany Jackson #33 Forward
- Born: Apr 26, 1985
- Height: 6-3 / 1,91
- Weight: 185 lbs. / 83,9 kg.
- College: Texas
- Years Pro: 5
Background2011: Averaged career-highs in points (12.4), rebounds (8.4) and minutes (33.9) Scored in double-figures in 23 games Had 10 or more rebounds in 14 games Recorded 11 double-doubles which ranked third in the league led the team in rebounds 22 times Scored her 1,000th career point against Indiana on 8/5 Scored a career-high 27 points at San Antonio on 8/6 Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds against Atlanta on 7/26 Played all 40 minutes three times (7/13 @ Chicago, 8/26 @ LA and 8/28 vs Connecticut) and 43 minutes in an overtime game against San Antonio on 9/11 Led the team in points, rebounds and minutes played Ranked fourth in the league in rebounds per game, second in total minutes played (1,152), second in total offensive rebounds (100) and four in total rebounds (286)
2010: Was acquired by the Shock on June 14th in a trade with the New York Liberty . . . Played in every game since she was acquired by the Shock . . . Averaged 7.6 points per game in 25 games with the Shock and 4.3 points per game in 9 games with the Liberty . . .Grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds against Los Angeles on 8/14/10 . . . In that same game (8/14/10) she scored 11 points recording her first career double-double . . . Led the team in rebounding in eight of Tulsa's final nine games
Appeared in 34 games, with a career-high nine starts ... Earned first career start on July 30 versus Washington ... Led the Liberty in rebounds six times and points once ... Scored in double figures five times ... Collected five or more boards in 12 games ... SEASON HIGHS: PTS 16, (@ CHI, 8/28); REB 9, (@ IND, 6/27); AST 3, (ATL, 7/11); STL 3, (2X, SAC, 7/23); BS 3, (PHX, 7/26); FGM 7, (@ CHI, 8/28); FGA 12, (@ CHI, 8/28); FTM 5, (@ ATL, 6/21); FTA 7, (@ ATL, 6/21); MIN 24, (@ IND, 6/27).
Appeared in first 25 games of the summer, missed the final nine regular season match-ups due to injury ... Scored in double figures eight times, led the team in rebounding nine times and points four times ... Collected five-plus rebounds 17 times ... Was the teams leading rebounder (5.7 rpg) before being sidelined by injury ... PLAYOFFS: Did not play in the two series due to injury.
Appeared in all 34 games ... Led team in scoring once and rebounds twice ... Second leading field goal shooter (.416 percent) amongst the leagues rookie class ... Shot 57 percent from the free throw line ... PLAYOFFS: Leading reserve scorer and rebounder with 7.7 ppg and 4.3 rpg in three-game series versus the Shock ... Came off the bench to notch first career playoff double-double of 14 points and 10 boards in Game 3.
Competed for Ramat Hen this past off-season, while averaging a career-best 20 ppg and 11 rpg in Israeli League action ... Finished the 22-game season ranked No. 9 in the League in scoring and No. 4 in rebounding ... Prior to the 2008 WNBA season, played for Challes-Eaux-Basket in France and averaged 30.3 mpg, 13.3 ppg and 7.4 rpg in EuroCup play.
AS A COLLEGIAN:
Named an All American and National Player of the Year Candidate in 2007 while averaging 17 ppg and 8.9 rpg ... Honored as Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention, Kodak All-America Honorable Mention, ESPN.com Second Team All-America and First Team All-Big 12 in 2006 ... In 2004, was a finalist for all three National Player of the Year honors (State Farm Wade Trophy, Naismith Award, Wooden Award) along with the U.S. Basketball Writers Association All-America Team, Associated Press All-America Third Team, and Kodak All-America Honorable Mention ... Included as a All-Big 12 First Team and consensus media All-Big 12 First Team pick that season ... Named National Freshman of the Year by ESPN.com and US Basketball Womens Association, All-Big 12 Second Team and Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 2003
PersonalBorn in Longview, TX ... Only daughter to Marques Jackson and Josephine Hadnot ... Father played football at Central Oklahoma University ... Ethnic Studies at Texas ... Enjoys fashion, shopping and travel ... If she could have one super power, it would be to see the future ... Pre-game ritual is an order from Chipotle and listening to music ... Favorite singer is Beyonce ... Guiltiest pleasure is gummy bears.
Career TransactionsAcquired by the Tulsa Shock from the New York Liberty in exchange for Plenette Pierson on 6/14/10
Selected in the first round (5th overall) of the 2007 WNBA Draft by the New York Liberty.