April 8, 2017, 8:47 pm
DeAndre Jordan finished Saturday’s game against the Spurs with 17 points, 17 rebounds, two assists and a steal.
Jordan has been killing it on the boards lately but his free throw percentage took a dive at the same time while his field goal percentage has been, as usual, extremely high. If he can manage to shoot his free throws the way he is now (which is 49 percent so remember that all things are relative), he can produce top-30 value. Jordan’s block numbers are down this year but he can get it above two per game easily. Is he worth it in non-punt builds or roto leagues? Numbers say yes, but try to aim for good free throw shooters if you do. Emphasis on good.