DeAndre Jordan, Los Angeles Clippers

Society Top 50: No. 47 – DeAndre Jordan

Name: DeAndre Jordan Position: 47 Team: Los Angeles Clippers 2016-2017 Regular Season General Stats: 12.7 pts 13.8 reb 1.2 ast 1.7 blk 71.4 FG% 48.2 FT% 2016-2017 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 21.8 PER 67.3 TS% 11.8 WS 1.0 OBPM 3.0 DBPM 3.9 VORP   The Breakdown: This is probably the biggest surprise on our list so far. DeAndre Jordan is

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Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin as the centerpiece for a new Clippers era

Blake Griffin couldn’t wait to play with Chris Paul. After being led by Paul for six seasons, the Clippers became the latest victim of losing an All-Star to free agency. Fortunately, Paul made them aware of his decision beforehand. The Clippers were able to make a trade with the Houston Rockets that landed them some

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Winners and Losers in NBA Free Agency

Less than one week into NBA free agency, NBA franchises have combined to spend billions of dollars on NBA free agents. Unrestricted free agents were quick to sign contracts, giving max players over $130 million and average players over $50 million. With the rise in salary cap, teams are taking advantage of it to improve

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How are Chris Paul and James Harden going to fit?

We already know that the NBA summer usually starts getting crazy once free agency starts. This Saturday, July 1 is when free agency starts, but we have already had a wild beginning to the NBA offseason. With Chris Paul being traded to the Rockets, he was doing the Clippers organization a favor. Paul could have

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Carmelo Anthony

What does the market look like for Carmelo Anthony?

Things are ugly and they’re continuing to be ugly. First, it was “get rid of Carmelo” and then “get rid of Porzingis” and now Phil Jackson is gone. The discrepancy of where the Knicks should go in the future especially in regards to Carmelo Anthony had something to do with the discourse. With everything that occurred

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The Los Angeles Clippers were clear winners on Draft Day

The Los Angeles Clippers entered Draft Day yesterday with 0 picks in hand. With Jerry West alongside Doc Rivers, they changed that fact. The Clippers ended up buying the Philadelphia 76ers’ 39th pick and the Milwaukee Bucks’ 48th pick to select Jawun Evans and Sindarius Thornwell. Both of thse talented young men had a chance

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Rockets, Spurs Rank As ‘Best Options’ for Chris Paul

As the 2016-17 NBA season met its conclusion, it didn’t take very long for the Clippers offseason to “officially” begin. Multiple rumors regarding Los Angeles Clippers point guard and upcoming unrestricted free agent Chris Paul have begun to spiral. Paul, who just turned 32 last month, will be set to enter free agency on July 1st.

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2017 NBA Playoffs: Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz Series Preview

After defeating the Los Angeles Clippers 104-91 in a critical Game 7 matchup on Sunday, the Utah Jazz will advance to the Western Conference Semifinals. Their next opponent will be the Golden State Warriors in the following round. Golden State has had seven days of rest since sweeping the Portland Trail Blazers in the first

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Without Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers Can’t Compete With Healthy Utah Jazz

Healthy for the first time all series, the Utah Jazz were able to roll past the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 5, 96-92, giving them a 3-2 advantage for the series. Really, you can substitute “healthy for the first time all series” with “healthy for the first time all season” and you would have the same

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Utah Jazz

Joe Johnson, Jazz Offense Do Just Enough To Draw Clippers Series Even at 2-2

Rudy Gobert returns, but it’s Joe Johnson who once again leads way for the Utah Jazz, who outlast the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 to tie first round series at 2-2. Basketball has often been compared to dancing; a lot of movements coming together at just the right time to form something beautiful. That’s a fair

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