Reggie Jackson sprains ankle early in Game 4, return questionable Published: May 27, 2014

Thunder guard Reggie Jackson was forced to leave the floor early in Game 4 against the Spurs with a right ankle sprain and his return is questionable.

Jackson appeared to turn his ankle (watch here via @kococarson) on a drive in the first quarter and exited at the 8:25 mark. Jackson did return to the bench after going to the locker room.

Jackson was inserted into the starting lineup for Game 3 by Thunder coach Scott Brooks and it paid dividends, with Jackson scoring 15 points in the Thunder's 106-97 win Sunday against the Spurs. He exited Game 4 after playing just four minutes.

UPDATE: Jackson started the second quarter for the Thunder with a noticable limp, and almost immediately checked out and returned to the locker room.

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