The veteran big man certainly did his part in trying to make up for the absences of fellow superstars Chris Paul (hand) and Blake Griffin (thigh), but the
DeAndre Jordan managed 16 points (5-8 FG, 6-11 FT), 17 rebounds, three assists, and three blocks across 31 minutes during the Los Angeles Clippers ' 108-98 loss to the Trail Blazers in Wednesday's Game 5.
Jordan did all he could to help lead the Clippers to a win minus Chris Paul (hand) and Blake Griffin (quad), but it was not to be. Jordan has averaged 11.0 points (on 58 percent shooting), 15.6 rebounds, 3.2 blocks, two assists, and one steal in 33 minutes. While 58 percent might seem superb, it's actually 12 percentage points lower than Jordan's regular season mark. However, he has improved his rebounding, assists, steals, and blocks numbers in the postseason. With the Clippers devastated by injuries, it will take a total breakout performance from Jordan for Los Angeles to win in Portland on Friday and force a Game 7.
DeAndre Jordan supplied 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-10 FT), 16 rebounds, two blocks and a steal over 32 minutes in Saturday's 96-88 Game 3 loss to the Trail Blazers.
The All-Star forward turned in his second double-double of the series, and third game with double-digit boards. He struggled in typical fashion from the free-throw line, as the Blazers seemed somewhat intent on getting him to the charity stripe, but not quite to the extent as they had been in the series opener. Jordan has certainly been doing his share on the glass, but with Blake Griffin struggling next to him over the last two games, he may need to step up his own offensive production in an effort to help Chris Paul carry some of the scoring load.
DeAndre Jordan managed only three points (1-4 FG, 1-6 FT), but hauled in 18 rebounds, handed out five assists and recorded three blocks and a steal over 34 minutes in Wednesday's 102-81 Game 2 victory over the Trail Blazers.
A game after going to visiting the charity stripe a whopping 18 times, Jordan was much quieter on that front, and woefully ineffective in the six free-throw opportunties he did garner. However, he was his usual active self around the basket, with his rebound total serving as his highest tally in that category since he'd snared 20 on Mar. 23 versus the Warriors. With Blake Griffin back in the fold, Jordan's scoring responsibility and opportunity figure to remain modest on most nights, but he should still be able to provide superior numbers on the glass.
DeAndre Jordan managed 18 points (5-7 FG, 8-18 FT), 12 rebounds, four blocks, one assist, and one steal across 32 minutes during the Los Angeles Clippers ' 115-95 win against the Trail Blazers on Sunday.
Jordan was subjected to the usual hacking, and he missed a whopping 10 free-throw attempts. However, he dominated the Trail Blazers' on both ends, and Portland doesn't appear at all ready to handle his immense size and strength. Jordan attempted 15 free throws per contest in four regular season appearances against the Trail Blazers, highest among all opponents. However, he also averaged 14 points (65.4 FG, 36.7 FT), 16.5 rebounds, 2.3 blocks, 1.3 assists, and one steal in 34 minutes, which are some of his best overall marks against playoff-caliber teams.
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