Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan is on pace to lead the NBA in field-goal percentage for the third season in a row, a mark of his ability as a finisher around the basket (and Chris Paul's greatness in getting him the ball in those spots). However, Jordan is absolutely a non-threat anywhere else — he has attempted 81.3 percent of his career shots and 92.3 of this season's shots from inside three feet. As anyone who was watched Jordan shoot free throws knows, he is not going to take many jumpers by choice.
So we are pleased and somewhat frightened to announce that Jordan has made a jump shot. And not just any old heave — it was the first converted three-pointer of his seven-season pro career. It came at the end of the shot clock on the Clippers second possession of Friday night's game at the Dallas Mavericks, after a broken play forced Jordan to pick up the ball on the left wing. Take a look:Read More »from Clippers center DeAndre Jordan made his first 3 ever, somehow