DeAndre Jordan

#6 C / L.A. Clippers Clippers / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-11 Weight: 265 lb Age: 27 College: Texas A&M

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Attempts 25 free throws

      Jordan posted 18 points (3-4 FG, 12-25 FT), 11 rebounds, four blocks, three assists, and one steal in 27 minutes Tuesday against the Nuggets. Jordan posted a solid line in terms of counting categories, but left room for improvement with his atrocious free-throw performance. He's always been a poor shooter from the line, and owners shouldn't really expect that to change anytime soon. That being said, he's been fairly consistent this season, and rare 12-for-25 occasions like these could happen once or twice a season.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Another double-double in Sunday's loss

      Jordan scored 13 points (6-9 FG, 1-4 FT) with a game-high 15 rebounds, five blocks and a steal in 39 minutes during Sunday's loss to the raptors. He didn't have many problems matching up with Bismack Biyombo in the paint, but Toronto's defense held Blake Griffin and Chris Paul in check, which left Jordan with little support. It's his second double-double in a row but only his seventh in 13 games, although Jordan has missed four others by a single point or board.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Posts double-double in loss Friday

      Jordan collected 12 points (5-6 FG, 2-6 FT), 15 rebounds, an assist and two blocks over 34 minutes in Friday's 102-91 loss to the Blazers. Jordan and Mason Plumlee had an entertaining battle on the glass the majority of the night, with the Clippers center slightly edging his counterpart out in rebounds. Despite playing well overall, Jordan's averages in points and rebounds have taken a slight dip so far this season compared to his outstanding 2014-15 campaign. The 27-year-old is currently averaging 10.2 points and 12.8 boards per contest, as compared to the 11.5 and 15.0 figures he amassed in the same categories last season.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Battles through in-game shoulder injury for near double-double

      Jordan managed 11 points (3-5 FG, 5-13 FT), nine rebounds, an assist, and a block over 27 minutes in Thursday's 118-104 loss to the Suns. Jordan battled through a first-quarter shoulder injury he sustained when attempting to execute a block on Brandon Knight, but still managed to come within just a rebound of his fifth double-double on the season. The veteran center also lost frontcourt mate Blake Griffin to a second-quarter ejection, adding more misery to what was already a short-handed squad that was missing Chris Paul and J.J. Reddick. Although he is enjoying another solid season to date, Jordan's rebound averages are down by almost three per game, while his nightly scoring figure has also taken a slight dip, from last season's 11.5 to its current 10.1 number.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Puts up double-double Saturday

      Jordan pitched in 11 points (4-6 FG, 3-7 FT), 14 rebounds, two assists, and three blocks over 34 minutes in Saturday's 109-105 loss to the Rockets. Jordan endured a game-long dogfight with Dwight Howard to post a second consecutive double-double and third overall on the season. Although he was significantly outrebounded by Howard overall, Jordan did manage to approach the Houston center's 13 defensive rebounds with 10 of his own on that end of the floor. Jordan continues as a strong double-double candidate on any given night, and his scoring usually sees an additional boost when facing somewhat less formidable competition under the basket than he did Saturday.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: First double-double of the season Saturday

      Jordan scored 15 points (5-6 FG, 5-12 FT) with 18 rebounds and seven blocks in 36 minutes during Saturday's win over the Kings. He's been his usual dominant self on the defensive end, averaging 15.0 boards and 5.0 blocks through the first three games, but Saturday's double-double was Jordan's first of the season.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Double-double against Warriors

      Jordan put up 10 points (3-4 FG, 4-7 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists, four steals and a block in a preseason win over the Warriors on Tuesday. It's hard to imagine a 4-7 night from the free-throw line being a success, but that's the case with Jordan. If he could just maintain a free-throw percentage above 50 percent with the elite rebounding and blocking numbers he provides, that would make him one of the best centers in fantasy. The best way to draft Jordan is to throw free-throw percentage all together or possibly draft a James Harden, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, or even DeMar DeRozan as a cheaper option to equal out Jordan's poor percentage with an abundance of free-throws at a good percentage.

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      Clippers' DeAndre Jordan: Struggles in preseason blowout

      Jordan provided just three points (1-5 FG, 1-3 FT), four rebounds, an assist, two blocks and two steals in a blowout loss to Charlotte on Wednesday. It's duds like these that worry fantasy owners, because Jordan simply has no offensive game. If the other team is making every shot and limiting rebounds and blocks for Jordan, he becomes more harm than good with his poor free-throw shooting. In any case, he should be a candidate to finish in the top-10 in rebounding and blocks this season and should have only a handful of games like this all season long. Some skeptics would say that the new big contract would limit his motivation, but that really shouldn't be an issue for the seven-footer.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Clippers make DeAndre Jordan signing legit

      After a night filled with drama, emojis and reversals of fortune, the Clippers announced Thursday they have officially signed center DeAndre Jordan to a new contract, besting the Mavericks for his services. Jordan averaged a career-high 11.5 points and 15.0 rebounds last season, leading the league in the latter category as well as field-goal percentage (71 percent). The Texas native appeared to be leaving L.A. for a max deal with the Mavs, but the Clippers took advantage of the league's moratorium in signing contracts to make an all-out push on social media and in-person to bring Jordan back into the fold.

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      C DeAndre Jordan does an about-face in staying with Clippers

      Center DeAndre Jordan stunned the basketball world Wednesday by spurning a max deal from the Mavericks to re-sign with the Clippers. The deal with Dallas had appeared to be all but set, but the Clippers in the end convinced him to stay. His presence should maintain the status of the Clippers as a major title contender despite his offensive limitations and problems converting at the line. Jordan led the league with 15.0 rebounds per game last season while scoring 11.5 points on 71 percent shooting from the field, but he hit a disturbing 39.7 percent of his foul shots.

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