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Fantasy Update

Jan 13, 2017
Yahoo! Fantasy Basketball
By Jahmal Corner LOS ANGELES, Jan 13 (Reuters) - After years of playing the third wheel in a trio of standouts DeAndre Jordan has quietly become the backbone of a Los Angeles Clippers team eager to keep their window of contention from slamming shut. With Chris Paul aging and Blake Griffin ailing, it's Jordan's seven-foot disruption in the paint that is now the franchise's most dependable asset. "(Jordan) is a beast," Orlando Magic coach Frank Vogel told reporters after his team's loss to the Clippers on Wednesday.
Daily Thunder Jan 17, 2017

Tuesday Bolts – 1.17.17

Brett Dawson: “A miscommunication had left DeAndre Jordan a clear lane to barrel down, and as the Clippers center attacked the rack, Russell Westbrook reached in to prevent an easy dunk. Then Westbrook turned to
FOX Sports Jan 17, 2017
Clippers rout Thunder, remain undefeated in 2017

Clippers rout Thunder, remain undefeated in 2017

J.J. Redick scored 20 points and DeAndre Jordan had 19 points and 15 rebounds.
FOX Sports Jan 17, 2017
Paul hurt but Clippers trounce Thunder to go 7-0 in 2017

Paul hurt but Clippers trounce Thunder to go 7-0 in 2017

LOS ANGELES (AP) J.J. Redick scored 20 points, DeAndre Jordan had 19 points and 15 rebounds, and the streaking Los Angeles Clippers overcame Chris Paul's injury to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder 120-98 on Monday night.
Los Angeles Times Jan 17, 2017

Clippers rout the Thunder despite losing Chris Paul to a thumb injury

J.J. Redick scored 20 points, DeAndre Jordan had 19 points and 15 rebounds, and the streaking Los Angeles Clippers overcame Chris Paul's injury to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder, 120-98, on Monday night at Staples Center.  The banged-up Clippers tied a franchise record for their best start to...
Silver Screen and Roll Jan 15, 2017
Lakers vs. Pistons Game Preview: Going back-to-back

Lakers vs. Pistons Game Preview: Going back-to-back

The Lakers have another big problem in the paint to deal with. The Los Angeles Lakers “return” home to the purple and gold version of STAPLES Center Sunday afternoon with the Detroit Pistons coming to town. The LA Clippers put a hurting on the Lakers, letting DeAndre Jordan run wild in the paint. Enter Andre Drummond, another beast around the rim that can do some serious damage. Drummond is averaging 13.5 rebounds per game while shooting 54 percent from the field, holding down the paint as the biggest brick in Stan Van Gundy’s wall. Tobias Harris leads the team in scoring at 16.5...
FOX Sports Jan 15, 2017
Clippers beat Lakers behind Jordan's hot shooting

Clippers beat Lakers behind Jordan's hot shooting

DeAndre Jordan was getting the ball just where he likes it.
Orange County Register Jan 14, 2017
An active Jordan helps Clippers in many ways

An active Jordan helps Clippers in many ways

LOS ANGELES – When DeAndre Jordan spends most of the game plucking passes out of the air and trying to tear down baskets, as he did Saturday against the Lakers, Austin Rivers and the rest of the Clippers see an opportunity. The lob is Jordan’s...
FOX Sports Jan 14, 2017
Doc Rivers praises DeAndre Jordan after dominant performance

Doc Rivers praises DeAndre Jordan after dominant performance

Doc Rivers praises DeAndre Jordan after dominant performance
Silver Screen and Roll Jan 14, 2017
Lakers vs. Clipper Final Score: DeAndre Jordan dunks all over the Lakers in 113-97 loss

Lakers vs. Clipper Final Score: DeAndre Jordan dunks all over the Lakers in 113-97 loss

Maybe get a body on DeAndre Jordan when he’s rolling to the rim. The Los Angeles Lakers returned home but apparently brought the L they got in San Antonio back with them after a 113-97 loss to the Clippers. There was never much doubt in this one, despite Chris Paul turning the ball over an uncharacteristic three times and giving the Lakers a window to take advantage of. They didn’t. DeAndre Jordan sure didn’t, at least. DeAndre put together his second 20-plus board outing in a row, grabbing 21 rebounds with 24 points as the kicker. He missed just one of his 13 field goal attempts....
Los Angeles Times Jan 14, 2017

Clippers avenge Christmas loss with 113-97 victory over Lakers

DeAndre Jordan scored 24 points on 12-of-13 shooting, and the Los Angeles Clippers shot 52% to cruise past the Lakers, 113-97, on Saturday and improve to 6-0 in 2017.  Jordan had 21 rebounds, and Chris Paul added 20 points and 13 assists for the Clippers, off to their best start since going 7-0...
FOX Sports Jan 14, 2017
Clippers' win streak continues with 113-97 win over the Lakers

Clippers' win streak continues with 113-97 win over the Lakers

DeAndre Jordan and his teammates made quick work of the Lakers.
FOX Sports Jan 14, 2017
Jordan tops Clippers' hot shooting in 113-97 win over Lakers

Jordan tops Clippers' hot shooting in 113-97 win over Lakers

LOS ANGELES (AP) DeAndre Jordan scored 24 points on 12-of-13 shooting, and the Los Angeles Clippers shot 52 percent to cruise past the Lakers 113-97 on Saturday and improve to 6-0 in 2017.
Orange County Register Jan 14, 2017
Final: DeAndre Jordan dominates as Clippers beat Lakers, 113-97

Final: DeAndre Jordan dominates as Clippers beat Lakers, 113-97

LOS ANGELES – J.J. Redick had just stepped back on the court after his breakaway layup rolled off the rim. DeAndre Jordan sucked up the loose ball like a Dyson and slammed it home with two hands and plenty of force. As the nearly 7-foot, 265-pound...
Silver Screen and Roll Jan 14, 2017
Lakers Highlights: Timofey Mozgov schools DeAndre Jordan in the post

Lakers Highlights: Timofey Mozgov schools DeAndre Jordan in the post

Throw it down, big man. Throw it down. Halfway through the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the LA Clippers, there is no doubt who the best center in Los Angeles is. Timofey “Hakeem Olajuwon” Mozgov has claimed supremacy by nearly shaking DeAndre Jordan out of his shoes with this fake: Timofey Mozgov goes to work in the post #NBAVote ( : @SpectrumSN & @spectdeportes) pic.twitter.com/Ticmy4ABQ4— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) January 14, 2017 So majestic. So beautiful. Who says the post-up is dead? Harrison Faigen is co-host of the Locked on Lakers podcast (subscribe here), and...
NBA: Jordan emerges as backbone of title-hungry Clippers

NBA: Jordan emerges as backbone of title-hungry Clippers

By Jahmal Corner LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - After years of playing the third wheel in a trio of standouts DeAndre Jordan has quietly become the backbone of a Los Angeles Clippers team eager to keep their window of contention from slamming shut. With Chris Paul aging and Blake Griffin ailing, it's Jordan's seven-foot disruption in the paint that is now the franchise's most dependable asset. "(Jordan) is a beast," Orlando Magic coach Frank Vogel told reporters after his team's loss to the Clippers on Wednesday.

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