Jordan scored 11 points (4-5 FG, 3-4 FT) while adding 15 rebounds, four assists and three blocks in 29 minutes during Sunday's 110-107 win over the Bulls.
Moved into the starting lineup by interim coach Jacque Vaughn, Jordan delivered his 13th double-double of the season and his highest block total in a month. The veteran center had been averaging 24.4 minutes a game since the beginning of February, so his workload only increased slightly in his new role, and it's not yet clear whether Vaughn intends to keep the younger Jarrett Allen on the bench moving forward. If Jordan does remain in the starting five, however, his fantasy outlook would get a slight bump.
Interim coach Jacque Vaughn said that Jordan will start at center in Sunday's game against the Bulls, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports.
In what amounts to his first major decision since replacing Kenny Atkinson on the bench, Vaughn will drop Jarrett Allen from the starting five to make room for Jordan. The choice is a curious one given that Allen, a 2017 first-round pick, is seemingly a bigger part of the team's long-term plans, but neither player's fantasy outlook may end up changing drastically by the lineup change. Jordan had already been in a rough timeshare with Allen this season, with the former averaging 21.8 minutes per game to the latter's 25.9. It's not clear if Jordan's move into the starting five will result in a notable uptick in playing time, if any.
Jordan posted two points (1-1 FG) and four rebounds across 14 minutes during Wednesday's 118-79 loss to the Grizzlies.
The Nets were clearly sluggish on the second night of a back-to-back following Tuesday's overtime win over the Celtics. Jordan had one of his worst performances of the season, taking just one shot in 14 minutes and committing two turnovers.
Jordan posted eight points (3-4 FG, 2-2 FT), 15 rebounds, one assist and one block across 35 minutes during Tuesday's 129-120 overtime victory against the Celtics.
Jordan and Jarrett Allen often split time, but Jordan got the vast majority of the action Tuesday. The effort marked Jordan's sixth performance this season with at least 15 boards, and he's averaging 28.7 minutes in those games.
Jordan managed 16 points (6-8 FG, 4-5 FT) and 16 rebounds in 30 minutes during Wednesday's 110-106 loss to the Wizards.
Jordan stepped up with Jarrett Allen fouling out in only 18 minutes. Jordan has logged 11 double-doubles through 49 appearances this season, this after managing 12 in 19 games with the Knicks and 30 in 50 games with the Mavericks in 2018-19. His six-year streak of tallying 40-plus double-doubles has come to an end, but Jordan is still serviceable enough to hold some value in deep leagues.
Jordan accumulated 14 points (5-11 FG, 4-5 FT), 15 rebounds and four assists during 37 minutes in the Nets' 112-104 defeat versus the 76ers on Thursday night.
Jordan was designated as the better matchup against Joel Embiid, and while the stat sheet might not show it, he started the second half in place of Jarrett Allen to pick up his assignment. He also turned back the clock to his "Lob City" days, finishing a couple nasty dunks from Spencer Dinwiddie dimes. Jordan is averaging approximately eight points, ten rebounds and a block per game for the season.
Jordan recorded 11 points (5-7 FG, 1-2 FT), 19 rebounds and two blocks in 28 minutes during Monday's 106-105 win over the Pacers.
Jordan amassed his second straight double-double while earning the bulk of minutes at center once again. Though he's in the midst of his worst season in recent memory from a statistical standpoint, coach Kenny Atkinson is at least willing to stick with Jordan on nights when he's outplaying starting big man Jarrett Allen.
Jordan totaled 15 points (6-10 FG, 3-4 FT), 14 rebounds, three blocks and one assist in 29 minutes during Saturday's 119-118 loss to the Raptors.
Jordan amassed at least three blocks for the sixth time through 43 appearances. However, after having logged at least 41 double-doubles for six straight years heading into 2019-20, Jordan has managed just eight thus far this season. As such, while he's still capable of putting together a quality stat line on any given night, Jordan isn't anywhere near as consistent as he was in years past.
Jordan (finger) managed four points (2-2 FG), eight rebounds, three blocks and two assists in 21 minutes during Wednesday's 125-115 win over the Pistons.
Jordan rejoined the rotation after missing the last handful of games due to a dislocated right middle finger. His last appearance was back on Jan. 15, and while Jordan continues to do a solid job on the boards he's best reserved for use in deep leagues.
Jordan (finger) will play Wednesday against the Pistons, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports.
Jordan missed Sunday's matchup with the Knicks due to dislocated right finger, but he'll be available Wednesday. He figures to come off the bench, where he's averaging 8.4 points and nine rebounds over his last five games.
Jordan (finger) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Knicks, Billy Reinhardt of Nets Daily reports.
Joradn was considered questionable as he continues to recover from a dislocated right finger, but he won't be retaking the court Sunday. Nicolas Claxton should continue seeing increased run behind starter Jarrett Allen.
The Nets list Jordan (finger) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Knicks, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Brooklyn isn't holding a morning shootaround as it heads into the second half of a back-to-back set, so confirmation on Jordan's status may not come until shortly before the 6 p.m. ET tipoff. Given that Jordan has missed the past four games with the dislocated right finger, the Nets would ideally like to see him put in a full practice before signing off on him playing. In the event Jordan is out again Sunday, Nicolas Claxton would be in store for another turn as the top backup to starting center Jarrett Allen.
Jordan (finger) won't play Saturday against the Pistons.
Jordan will be sidelined for a fourth straight contest as he continues to recover from a dislocated right finger. His next opportunity to take the court arrives Sunday against the Knicks.
Jordan (finger) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Pistons, Greg Logan of Newsday reports.
A dislocated finger has kept Jordan out of the Nets' last three games. Jarrett Allen has averaged 30.0 minutes over those contests, slightly above his season mark of 26.8 minutes per game. Jordan's return could return Allen to a slightly reduced role.
Jordan (finger) will not play Thursday against the Lakers.
Jordan will miss a third straight game as he continues to recover from a dislocated middle finger, which he suffered last week against the 76ers. While the veteran big man was able to avoid surgery, his timeline for a return remains unclear. Jordan's next chance to play will come Saturday in Detroit.
Jordan (finger) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Lakers.
Jordan has missed the past two games while recovering from a dislocated middle finger, which he suffered last week against the Sixers. He was able to avoid surgery but remains without a timetable for his return. Look for his status to clear up following Thursday's shootaround.
Jordan (finger) will remain out Monday against Philadelphia.
Jordan is still recovering from a dislocated middle finger, which he suffered on Wednesday against the Sixers. He was held out of Saturday's game against Milwaukee, and at this point it's unclear if he'll be set for any sort of extended absence.
Jordan won't require surgery on his dislocated right middle finger and will be reevaluated sometime next week, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports.
Jordan sustained the dislocated finger during Wednesday's loss to Philadelphia and will miss at least a couple games as a result. Jarrett Allen will continue to handle the bulk of the work at center for the Nets, but Nicolas Claxton could be recalled from the G League to serve as a the reserve option in the short term.
Jordan was diagnosed with a dislocated right middle finger and will not return Wednesday against the 76ers, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports.
Jordan suffered the injury during the second quarter and was ruled out for the remainder of the game after being evaluated during halftime. Prior to exiting, the big man tallied four points (2-3 FG), three rebounds, three assists and one steal in 10 minutes. Depending on the severity of the issue, Jordan could be in line for a multi-game absence; Joel Embiid suffered a similar injury last week and was ruled out for at least two weeks following surgery.
Jordan scored nine points (4-5 FG, 1-2 FT) while adding 14 rebounds and a block in 23 minutes off the bench during Tuesday's 118-107 loss to the Jazz.
Jarrett Allen had a rough night, getting bullied by Rudy Gobert at both ends of the court, but Jordan at least was able to impose his will on the glass when he was on the court. The veteran center has delivered 10 or more boards in 11 of the last 16 games but scored in double digits only four times over that stretch, and despite his steady rebounding he's unlikely to bump Allen from the starting five.
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