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From 2010 to 2016, Jackson played with the Canberra Capitals, which she did during the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) offseason during the time she continued WNBA play.
Jackson made the Australian under-20 team when she was only 14 years old, and was first called up to the Australian Women's National Basketball Team (nicknamed The Opals) when she was 16 years old.
She ranked first in the league for field goals, with 254, for total points with 698, for field goal attempts with 526, and for win shares with 9.2, and offensive win shares with 6.7.
She also ranked first in the league with 21.2 points per game average, and had a player efficiency of 32.1, likewise ranking first in the league, and led the league with win share per 48 minutes with 40.0%.
In 2007, she was paid six figures American, four times her WNBA base salary, to play with WBC Spartak Moscow Region for one month.
Her teammates included other international basketball Olympians: Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Tina Thompson.
However, following the assassination of Shabtai Kalmanovich, the owner of the team, she announced in November 2009 that she would stop playing for the team and not extend her contract Playing in the team's second match against a Kaunas Lithuanian side, she scored 28 points, had 2 blocks and had 5 rebounds while playing 31 minutes to lead her team to victory after having missed the first game where her team lost.
She was ranked first in the league for turnover percentage with 8.6.That's when I got home to all these messages and emails from people back in Australia who had seen the scans and said 'you need to come back (to Australia) and start your rehab right away'." In 2002, Carrie Graf, who had been an assistant coach on the Australian national team from when Jackson for played for it, changed coaching positions in the WNBA from Phoenix to Seattle specifically to make Jackson feel more comfortable playing for the team.and attempted 120 three point field goals this season, ranking 10th in the league.In 2009, Jackson had an option of extending her contract with Spartak for two more years.
First, it looked likely that Jackson would stay with Spartak.She ranked third in the league with a field goal percentage of 48.3%, and for total minutes played with 1,109.