DeAndre Jordan Stats
- Height / Weight
- 83 / 265 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/21/1988 (35)
- Texas A&M
DeAndre Jordan Last 10 Games
DeAndre Jordan News
Denver Nuggets center DeAndre Jordan has officially re-signed with the team for one more year, general manager Calvin Booth announced on Friday. Jordan appeared in only 39 regular-season games last season and saw action for just 13 minutes in total in the playoffs, but the 35-year-old brings great veteran pedigree with him and will be an extra body on the bench again in 2023-24. He averaged 5.1 points and 5.2 rebounds in 15.0 minutes during his 15th NBA season.
Denver Nuggets center DeAndre Jordan will get the starting nod for Wednesday's game against the New York Knicks. The Nuggets will be without both Aaron Gordon and Nikola Jokic for this game due to health and safety protocols. That being said, the Nuggets have decided to roll with some veterans for this game. Head coach Mike Malone will start Jamal Murray, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Jeff Green, Michael Porter Jr. and Jordan on Wednesday. Also, Zeke Nnaji and Bruce Brown should see extended playing time off the bench.
Philadelphia 76ers center DeAndre Jordan will start on Wednesday night during the postseason matchup against Miami. Jordan will fill in for Joel Embiid (face) once again for Game 2. However, the veteran logged only 17 minutes in Game 1, finishing with only four points, two boards, and two blocks. Nonetheless, Paul Reed, who had nine boards, four points, one steal, and one block during the series opener, should be the preferred option by DFS managers looking for value, even though he likely won't see a ton of minutes either.
Free-agent center DeAndre Jordan recently finalized a contract buyout with the Pistons and, upon clearing waivers, is expected to ink a deal with the Lakers. The veteran underwhelmed from a statistical perspective during the 2020-21 campaign while with the Brooklyn Nets, averaging 7.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks throughout 57 games. However, he could see an uptick in production in Los Angeles, and he will likely see minutes as a member of the starting lineup this season. However, Jordan's health has been an issue over the years, and it's apparent his best days are behind him. Still, the upside is there for managers who select him later during fantasy drafts.