Mark Jackson was named the 1987-88 NBA Rookie of the Year. He also was named to the NBA All-Rookie Team. He set a rookie-record by averaging 13.6 points per game, 10.6 assists per game, and dishing 868 total assists.
Mark Jackson played 16 minutes, while scoring 9 points and dishing 4 assists in the 1989 NBA All-Star Game.
Mark Jackson led the Knicks in assists for the 1987-1992 seasons. During that time, he made 3,237 assists, ranking 2nd in franchise history.
On January 20, 1997 against the New Jersey Nets, Mark Jackson made 12 assists in one quarter, tying the NBA record for the most assists in one quarter of a game.
Mark Jackson dished 19 assists against the Milwaukee Bucks on February 28, 1997, setting an NBA-franchise record for the Indiana Pacers.
Mark Jackson made his 14th career triple-double, scoring 10 points, dishing 12 assists and grabbing 11 rebounds, helping the Indiana Pacers defeat the Toronto Raptors 98-94 on March 25, 1997.
Mark Jackson led the NBA in assists in the 1996-1997 season, with 11.4 assists per game.
Mark Jackson ranked #3 in the NBA, in assists per game, 8.7 in the 1997-1998 season.
Mark Jackson scored his 10,000th career point, posting 10 points, 7 assists and 5 rebounds, in a 115-110 overtime win over the Charlotte Hornets on April 29, 1999.
Mark Jackson ranked #9 in the NBA in assists per game, 8.0, and 17th in three-point field-goal percentage, .403 in the 1999-2000 season.
Mark Jackson ranked #10 in NBA in assists per game, 7.4 in the 2001-2002 season.
Mark Jackson scored his 12,000th career point vs. New Jersey in the season finale of the 2001-2002 season on April 17, 2002.
Mark Jackson surpassed Magic Johnson, who had 10,141 assists, for second place all-time on the NBA's assist list on March 16, 2003 vs. Cleveland.
Mark Jackson has made 17 career triple-doubles.
Mark Jackson has ranked among the NBA's Top 10 in assists 11 times in 17 seasons.
Mark Jackson ranks second in career assists with 10,334 career assists, 10th in career games with 1,296 career games and 20th in career steals with 1,608 career steals.
Mark Jackson was drafted by the New York Knicks in the first round, 18th pick overall, in the 1987 NBA Draft.
Mark Jackson currently is an NBA analyst for ESPN and ABC.