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DeAndre Jordan
DeAndre Jordan
Position: C
Born: 07/21/88
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:265 lbs. / 120.2 kg.
Salary: $21,165,675
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It sounds almost unreal, however according to reports from the Greek island of Mykonos, US gold medalist Kevin Durant and DeAndre Jordan have already arrived from Rio, Brazil, to celebrate their success! As you see in the footage, there’s no doubt that Durant and Jordan were filmed in Mykonos partying, still the question is if the date on this video is true. Still their mood is great and you can enjoy the video.
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“I really wanted to play (on this team),” Jordan said. “If I didn’t, then I would have worked my (expletive) off in the summer and got ready for the (NBA) season. But when the opportunity came, I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m down. I’m going. I’m playing.’ “From the journey that I’ve had in this league, from being a second-round pick (out of Texas A&M in 2008), falling in the draft, not playing a lot my first two years and then finally playing a little bit, and kind of coming up short a little bit each year. But this is cool to be one of the 12 guys to represent the whole country on the basketball court.”
Storyline: Olympic Games
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Team USA center DeAndre Jordan of the L.A. Clippers has made the claim that an Olympic gold medal should be viewed by the American basketball community as a more substantive achievement than an NBA championship. “I think they’re above NBA rings,” Jordan told ESPN of the gold medal USA Basketball is chasing here in Rio entering Wednesday night’s quarterfinal game against Argentina.
1 week ago via ESPN
Storyline: Olympic Games
As the United States men’s Olympic basketball team has struggled by its own lofty standards in Rio de Janeiro, former NBA player and current TNT analyst Charles Barkley said the team’s woes are rooted in the construction of its roster. “It’s not a good team to put together,” Barkley, 53, told Sports360AZ.com. “If you take away DeAndre Jordan, every guy on that team is a ball-dominant guy. You see them playing a lot of one-on-one basketball. “That’s the thing I’ve noticed more than anything. Like, you have to understand when you put a team together like that, you have to have some role players.”
1 week ago via ESPN
Storyline: Olympic Games