ESPN: DeAndre Jordan Looking To Do Big Things

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CTB MVP Champion
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Nice article, very optimistic. I really hope that some of that positivity can show some good results this season.

DJ stroke does look good so lets hope those FT's do start dropping. How he develops will have a huge effect on the team and how successful they are.

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I'll be more then satisfied with 10 ppg 10 rpg 2 bpg 60+% from the line. He will have earned his contract.

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Good to hear that he's been working on the free throws regularly. I like the improved mentality as well and am excited to see him play this upcoming season.

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Keep workin' DJ. His FT's should be his main priority until training camp.

Clipper All-Star
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I still say we trade DJ.. Give him half season to prove himself.. Bit after that trade his ass!!

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^We are stuck with him. If he plays like crap the first half who wants him? If he plays well then there is no point in trading him unless we get a good offer.

Anyway talk is cheap. I have renewed hopes for him this upcoming season but its his last chance. If he doesn't do well this season he probably never will.

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Agreed. With much better defensive presence like Tyson Chandler though.

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I'll be satisfied if he can get 10 boards and maintain 1.7-2.3 blocks per game all year long. He's 7 feet and probably one of the top 2 or 3 athletic centers in the game. Me thinks Doc is going to use him near 30 MPG on most nights to help bring him along faster and make him feel like he's extremely valuable. There's no reason why DJ can't get 10 boards and 2 blocks a night. The points I don't care about, and I expect his scoring to go down even if he improved his offensive game. Simply because Redick and Dudley are here now and that means less touches for the entire team now that they have 2 starters that are better than the 2 guys we used last year.

Clipper 6th Man
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I feel like I read this same article every year before the seasons starts.

Also, writers need to stop painting VDN as the evil dictator who didn't let poor Deandre Jordan learn how to play better because he benched him during fourth quarters. The NBA is a profession, not a daycare center.

I have no more patience for DJ.

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I couldn't agree more. We do see the same type of article revolving around DJ for the past few years and he really doesn't progress at all, more like regression. VDN gave DJ plenty of minutes, but when teams foul you non stop....

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To quote Peter of Herman's Hermits

"Second verse same as the first"

Clipper 6th Man
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DJ looking to do big things = being a decent center who'll help his team instead of hurting it in the 4th.

not much to ask for, hopefully if he tries really really hard, he can be okay.

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That was basically what I said all year. The reason I know this is that I changed my shot when I was young, and I was awful in games when I was adjusting my shot because my body was stuck between the new and the old. When I took time off and worked on new form I became a MUCH better shooter. Ended up becoming a shooter after being basically just an athlete / slasher to start my basketball career. I trusted the process because the stuff I read said "you will get worse before you get better" and "don't....

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