DeAndre Jordan is a limited player.
He is an above average defender, but his anemic free-throw shooting has cost his team several close games this season. Still, he does do some things extremely well.
He’s a great locker room guy. He plays with the type of fiery tenacity needed to win big games in the NBA.
Oh, and he’s possibly the most ferocious dunker in the history of basketball. For example, Jordan turned Wednesday night’s Clippers-Knicks game into a full-blown war on the rim.
DeAndre was a perfect 7-7 from the field — he finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds — and LA cruised to an easy 111-80 victory over New York.