Jackson's condition improving after scary fall, says Bolts team manager

The condition of Meralco Bolts guard Trevis Jackson has improved, according to team manager Paolo Trillo.

The PBA rookie suffered a scary fall during the team's practice on Wednesday. Jackson landed awkwardly after a rebound and lied motionless on the floor for several minutes before he was stretchered out of the Meralco Gym and rushed to Medical City.

"Trevis' condition has improved from last night, it was a severe case of back muscle spasms," Trillo told ESPN5 in a text message.

The fifth overall pick of the 2018 PBA Rookie Draft out of Sacramento State, Jackson averaged 4.7 points, 1.6 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in the recently-concluded Commissioner's Cup.