April 12, 2018, 5:12 pmDeAndre JordanC, Los Angeles Clippers
DeAndre Jordan played just 23 minutes in Wednesday's loss, posting six points and nine rebounds while hitting all three from the floor and missing all five from the line.
While Jordan ended up as a top-70 per-game player and a top-50 full season option, there were some troubling signs in his numbers. He averaged just 0.9 blocks per game, only the second year of his career where he's failed to top 1.0 and a massive drop from last season's 1.7 per game. He also shot just .645 this season, which, while still elite, is far below the three previous seasons in which he hit at least 70 percent of his shots. As for positives, DJ did average a career-high with 15.2 rebounds and set a career-high from the free throw line by hitting his freebies at a .580 clip. Yipee. He graded out as a top-30 player if you were punting, but with the declining blocks and a dip in field goal percentage it's fair to say that Jordan didn't touch his fourth-round ADP.