"It was a great night," he tells FOX Sports NEXT. "The first night back in Pauley, they were happy to be back and showed the greats who came through there. I got to see the John Wooden presentation and all of that. It was a special night for them. I had a lot of fun and I had friends and my coach from high school to enjoy it with me. I got to talk to the coaches after the game, so it was a good night."
On the court, Jackson-Cartwright believes it will take the Bruins some time to adjust.
"Well, at first, it was slow," Jackson-Cartwright explains. "It was slow and a little structured. But it wasn't all half court, and they did push in certain situations.The other team wasn't a bad team; they were a pretty good team and played good defense. UCLA did push sometimes, but I think it's all about their personnel. Shabazz is out and some of the other guys didn't really play well. They're getting acclimated to a new gym and a new system, but when all their guys are back, I think it's going to be more up-tempo."
Jackson-Cartwright, who has previously named UCLA and Arizona as favorites, says that while the two PAC-12 schools remain on top, neither should expect a commitment anytime soon.
"To be honest, I haven't talked to any coaches lately; it's pretty much just been school and ball. I kind of backed away a little bit from recruiting, just for the moment, to be focused on the school year and my season.
They [UCLA and Arizona] are both still up at the top of my list, they always will be, but I don't want them to be the only two schools that people think I'm looking at. I don't want to limit myself."
"I'm not going to commit for a while," he states. "I still have a lot of decisions to make and I'm not ready to make that type of decision right now."