DeAndre Jordan sends final token of appreciation to Clippers
DeAndre Jordan is not going to forget his time with the L.A. Clippers. It’s where he experienced his best days as a professional, and while he did not win a title with the team, his time there nevertheless gave him memories he’ll cherish forever.
Now, Jordan wants his former team to cherish a truck of sweets, as his way of showing his gratitude to the franchise that took care of him for 10 seasons, per Brad Turner of The Los Angeles Times.
A class move by DeAndre Jordan sending a dessert truck to Clippers practice facility in Playa Vista and Clippers offices.
DeAndre Jordan will be suiting up for a team not named the Clippers for the first time in his NBA career starting next season after opting out of his contract with L.A. and agreeing to a one-year deal worth $24.1 million with the Dallas Mavericks.
Jordan is also probably the first among the Clippers’ previous main core of players to show this kind of love for his former team shortly after splitting their ways.
In 10 seasons with the Clippers, Jordan averaged 9.4 points, 10.7 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks in 750 games, including 638 starts. He is the franchise’s all-time leader in games, rebounds (7,988), blocks (1,277), and two-point field goal percentage (67.4).