Jackson - 3pt
Jackson - 3pt miss
Jackson - 2pt jumper
Jackson - defensive reb
Jackson - 2 FTs made (drove and drew the foul)
Jackson - 3pt
Ellis had the only other bucket in the 12-2 run by GS. Jack was 2-3 from 3 in that stretch. DEN didn't reach that 93 point level (where GS was at then) till 35 seconds left in the game, so almost literally the game was over after Jackson's scoring outburst.
Vs Detroit at halftime it was already a 6 point game, but within 5.5 minutes that lead was 17 and the game was effectively over (I believe it never got closer than 15 after that point). During that 5.5 minute stretch you had:
Al - layup
Jack - bad pass
Jack - taking a Rip charge
Jack - O-reb, tip in
Jack - layup
Al - steal
Jack - 3pt (Al assist)
Al - 3pt (Baron assist)
Al - 3pt (Jack assist)
So in that 17-6 run to open the half up and break the game open Al and Jack combined for 2 of the 3 assists, 15 of the points (Al 8, Jack 7), took away 2 DET possessions and while Jack had the TO he also created a bonus possession with the O-REB (which he then scored).
Two wins by 14+ points vs playoff teams and at the center of the moment when the game is broken open for good you have Jackson, with Al being a huge part of the DET 3rd as well as clutch with what should have been the final FTs vs WSH.
I know it's not the same as a final shot to win, but honestly I'd rather have a guy that make the game a clear win 8-10 minutes before it's over instead. Yes it's true that Jack has bad nights too and that Al had turned into the invisible man for the Pacers on many nights.
But I'll bet Warriors fans aren't complaining about the recent results from either of them right now.