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New York Post Mar 25, 2015

Potential Knicks target Jordan ‘loves’ NYC, puts on show at MSG

Clippers center DeAndre Jordan will be a free agent this summer and he said after his team’s 111-80 rout of the Knicks on Wednesday night how much he “loves’’ the...
Posting and Toasting Mar 25, 2015

Final: Clippers 111, Knicks 80

Knasty The best thing you can say about the Knicks' performance on Wednesday night is that they generally took their beating like men. The Los Angeles Clippers are talented, pouting bullies, and they dunked all over the Knicks for 48 minutes en route to 111-80 victory. And, hey, the Knicks at least stood in front of those jams, as the late, great Jason Smith did in the final moment of his life before DeAndre Jordan blasted him into the sun: Good bye, dear Jah. Songs with be sung of your sacrifice to the tank. Speaking of Jordan, he got quite testy with a few Knicks. He earned a tech...
Los Angeles Times Mar 21, 2015

Clippers promote DeAndre Jordan as NBA's defensive player of the year

The Clippers are promoting DeAndre Jordan to become the NBA's defensive player of the year award winner.
Orange County Register Mar 11, 2015
Clippers try to get in touch with their past

Clippers try to get in touch with their past

LOS ANGELES – As he walked toward a crowded friends and family room at Staples Center after Monday night’s game, Clippers center DeAndre Jordan was asked a ridiculous question. When he got drafted seven years ago, did he hear from any former...

NBA news and results, March 9

Anthony Davis scored 43 points, tying a career high, to help the New Orleans Pelicans take control in a 114-103 victory over the Bucks in Milwaukee on Monday night. The Pelicans moved a half-game back of Oklahoma City for the final West playoff spot. The Pelicans shot 59 percent for the game and 60 percent from three-point range. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a career-high 29 points for the Bucks. The Hawks set a franchise record with 20 three-pointers. J.J. Redick scored 26 points, DeAndre Jordan had 20 points and 17 rebounds, and host Los Angeles bounced back from a Sunday loss to the...

Warriors’ Steve Kerr, Clippers’ Doc Rivers weigh in on Draymond Green, DeAndre Jordan as Defensive Player of the Year

OAKLAND – Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers repeated his contention that DeAndre Jordan is the Defensive Player of the Year before his team goes up against the Warriors’ Draymond Green. “I just believe that DJ’s No. 1,” Rivers said… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Steve Kerr, Clippers’ Doc Rivers weigh in on Draymond Green, DeAndre Jordan as Defensive Player of the Year appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
San Jose Mercury News Mar 7, 2015

Golden State Warriors wary of DeAndre Jordan

The Golden State Warriors will have their hands full with Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, who is averaging 20.1 rebounds over his past 10 games
Los Angeles Times Mar 6, 2015

DeAndre Jordan says he was confused in final second against Portland

DeAndre Jordan spoke to the media Friday for the first time about what transpired during the final play of the fourth quarter Wednesday, when he failed to put back an offensive rebound with 0.7 seconds left in a 98-93 overtime loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.
Los Angeles Times Mar 5, 2015

Clippers' DeAndre Jordan gets the rebound but fails to take the shot

The last play of regulation was a confusing one, especially for Clippers center DeAndre Jordan.

DeAndre Jordan's late blunder forces overtime between Blazers and Clippers (video)

Jordan failed to recognize the time left, leading to overtime.
Blazersedge Mar 5, 2015

Chris Paul Freaks Out After DeAndre Jordan Forgets To Score

An instant-classic moment happened as time should have run out in regulation. In the final seconds of tonight's thriller between the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers, Chris Paul received an inbound pass with 2.8 seconds left, and 1.8 seconds on the shot clock. He attempted a bank shot to win the game, and it missed. However DeAndre Jordan confused the shot-clock buzzer for the game clock, and forgot to tip the ball into the bucket for the win (see full video here). In a classic NBA moment, Chris Paul immediately informed him of his dissatisfaction. For more coverage, check...
Blog a Bull Mar 2, 2015

Jimmy Butler out at least 3 weeks with elbow sprain

The good news is that Jimmy Butler's injured elbow doesn't require surgery. But it's still another significant injury for this team, as Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Butler will be out 3-4 weeks. The Bulls official release has called it a 'Grade 2/3 ulnar ligament sprain and small bone impaction injury to the left elbow', and sets the high-end of the recovery timetable to 6 weeks. The injury occurred early in the 3rd quarter of Sunday's loss to the Clippers, as Butler's arm was crunched by a Deandre Jordan screen. It's a 'freak' injury that can happen at any time, I suppose, but...
Los Angeles Times Mar 1, 2015

Clippers' DeAndre Jordan plays in his 300th consecutive game

It takes some doing to keep DeAndre Jordan out of an NBA game.
Los Angeles Times Mar 1, 2015

Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan do the heavy lifting again as Clippers win

The debate about who would step up the most in Blake Griffin's absence may have been settled by Doris Marten, of all people.

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Clippers Player News

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  • Jamal Crawford

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  • Matt Barnes

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  • Dahntay Jones

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  • Jordan Hamilton

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    Austin Rivers is making an impact for the Clippers