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2013-14 SEASON:
Played in all 82 games (all starts) and averaged 10.4 points, 13.6 rebounds and 2.4 blocks in 35.0 minutes per game. • Led the NBA in both field goal percentage (67.6%) and rebounding per game (13.6). Only Dwight Howard and Wilt Chamberlain finished a season atop the league in both categories and only Howard did so in the last 40 years, according to the Associated Press. • Third in the NBA in blocks per game (2.48) and tied for 30th in minutes per game (35.0). • Ranked first in the NBA in dunks (245). • Fourth on the team in steals (80). • First on the team in rebounds (1114) and blocked shots (203). • Recorded 10 or more rebounds in 74 of 82 games played this season. • Sixth on the team in scoring with 10.4 points per game. •Led NBA in games with at least 12 rebounds. • Second on the team with 42 double-doubles and tied for eighth in the NBA in double-doubles. • Led or tied team in rebounds 67 times, blocks 67 times, minutes 23 times and steals 16 times.
PLAYOFFS: Established a new Clippers franchise record for blocks in a postseason series with 28, previous was 22 set by Elton Brand in 2006. • Set a franchise record for rebounds in a postseason series with 106. He surpassed Bob McAdoo’s franchise postseason record for rebounds in a single playoff series. McAdoo had 94 boards in a 1975 Playoff series between the Buffalo Braves and the Washington Bullets. • Ranks third among playoff participants in rebounds (12.3). • Second on the team in double-doubles with five and tied for sixth among playoff participants in double-doubles. • Netted second double-double of the postseason on 4/24 at Golden State with a playoff career-high 14 points and 22 rebounds. In grabbing 22 boards he set a playoff career-high for rebounds in game, the most by Clippers player since team moved to Los Angeles. The last player in franchise history to grab 22 rebounds in a playoff game was Bob McAdoo during the 1976 playoffs. • Recorded playoff career-highs in points (25), field goals made (8) and free throws made on 4/29 vs. Golden State to go along with one assist, one steal and four blocks. Also, became the first player in NBA history with 25 points, 18 rebounds and four blocks to shoot 80% from the field in playoff game according to the Elias Sports Bureau. • Finished with fifth double-double of the postseason on 5/9 vs. Oklahoma City with 10 points and 11 rebounds to go along with three blocks.

2012-13 (Clippers): One of two Clippers (Lamar Odom) to appear in all 82 games and one of only 15 players in the NBA to start every game. • In 82 games (all starts) averaged careerhighs in points (8.8) and steals (0.59), to go along with 7.2 rebounds and 1.37 blocks in 24.5 minutes. • His 64.3 field goal percentage surpassed James Donaldson’s Clipper record of 63.7% set in 1984-85. • Owns a streak of 151 consecutive starts at the center position in the regular season, an NBA high, and Clippers franchise record. • Had a career-high 22 rebounds to go along with seven points on 2/4/13 at Washington. • Collected a season-high 21 points on 11/18/12 at Portland. • Had a season-high seven blocks, one shy of a career-high on 11/1/12 vs. Chicago. • Had three games of 20+ points, 23 games of 10+ rebounds and 12 double-doubles on the season. • Led the team in rebounding 25 times and blocks 37 times this season. • Third in NBA with 179 dunks. • Finished 16th in NBA in blocks (1.37).
PLAYOFFS: In six games, averaged 3.7 points, 6.3 rebounds, 1.67 blocks and 24.1 minutes per game.

2011-12 (Clippers): Averaged 7.4 points, 8.3 rebounds, 0.3 steals, 2.05 blocks in 27.2 minutes per game. • Appeared in 66 games (66 starts). • Fourth in the NBA in blocks per game with 2.05 bpg. • Finished season as one of only three players in NBA to average 7.0+ points, 8.0+ rebounds and 2.0+ blocks per game. • Had 25 games with three or more blocks and had 5+ blocks five times. • Registered a career-high eight blocks 12/25/11 at Golden State. • One of just two players in NBA (Tyson Chandler) with more than 315 field goals attempted and shooting over 63% from field. • Finished third in the NBA with 141 dunks. • Clippers leader in blocks and field goal percentage. Second on team in total rebounds. • Led Clippers in blocks 42 times and rebounds 22 times. Had eight doubledoubles and reached double-figures in rebounds 24 times and points 19 times.
PLAYOFFS: In 11 games, averaged 4.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.64 blocks and 22.6 minutes per game.

2010-11 (Clippers): Averaged 7.1 points, 7.2 rebounds, 0.5 steals, 1.78 blocks and 25.6 minutes in 80 games (66 starts). • Finished third in the NBA with 158 dunks. • Shot a team-high and career-high 68.6% from field (234-341 FG). • Owned the highest field goal percentage of any player in NBA with over 300 field goal attempts. • Ranked 10th in NBA with 1.78 blocks per game and 36th in NBA with 7.2 rebounds per game. • Led Clippers in blocks 47 times, rebounds 17 times and steals 10 times. • Had 10+ rebounds 18 times and registered 20+ rebounds once on 1/5 vs. Denver, had 14 points (5-7 FG, 4-6 FT), career-high 20 rebounds, three assists, six blocks in 40:54. • Recorded a career-high eight doubledoubles and scored 20+ points one time, had 10+ points 19 times. • 12/11/10 vs. Memphis, had 10 points (5- 9 FG), 14 rebounds, one steal, four blocks in 33:19.

2009-10 (Clippers): Averaged 4.8 points, 5.0 rebounds, 0.3 assists, 0.89 blocks in 16.2 minutes per game. • Appeared in 70 games (12 starts). • Had six double-doubles and led team in rebounds 10 times.

2008-09 (Clippers): Averaged 4.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, 0.2 assists, 1.11 blocks in 14.5 minutes per game. • Appeared in 53 games (13 starts). • Scored 10+ points two times and 20+ points two times. • Grabbed 10+ rebounds six times and 20+ rebounds one time. • Recorded two double-doubles. • Led Clippers in rebounds 10 times and blocks 16 times. • Became one of only three then-active players to have a 20-rebound game in one of first four career starts, joining Shaquille O’Neal, Tim Duncan and Aaron Gray. • 1/21/09 vs. Lakers, recorded 23 points (11- 12 FG, 1-2 FT), 12 rebounds, one steal and four blocks in 43:14. • 1/25/09 at Golden State, had eight points (3-8 FG, 2-7 FT) and a career-high 20 rebounds.

Early entry candidate out of Texas A&M after his freshman season. • Earned Big 12 All-Rookie Team honors. • Averaged 7.9 points, while leading the team with 6.0 rebounds, 1.3 blocked shots and 61.7 field goal percentage in 20.1 minutes per game. • Started 21 of 35 games. • Scored in double-figures 13 times and had 10 or more rebounds six times.

Full name is Hyland DeAndre Jordan, Jr. • Majored in general studies. • Named an Official Honoree in the Sports Category for the 13th Annual Webby Awards, for his “Jordan’s Journal” blog on during the 2008-09 season. • Hometown is Bellaire, Texas. • Participated as a member of Team USA in 2007 U-19 World Championships in Serbia. • Was a member of the USA Basketball Junior National Select Team that defeated the World Select Team at the 2007 Nike Hoop Summit held in Memphis, Tennessee. • Averaged 26.1 points, 15.2 rebounds and 8.1 blocked shots his one and only year at Christian Life Center. • Won the 2012-13 “Social/Slam Award” at the NBA’s annual Social Media Awards for his dunk over Brandon Knight on 3/10/13. • Follow Jordan on Twitter: @deandrejordan.

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Height: 6'11''/ 2.11m
Weight: 265 lbs./ 120.2 kg
Born: July 21, 1988
From: Texas A&M University
Draft: 2nd Round (35th pick) 2008 NBA Draft
NBA Debut: 2008
Years Pro: 7
Previous Teams:
  Los Angeles Clippers 2008 - 2014
Prior to NBA/Country: Texas A&M/USA

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