NBA Player Rankings: 10 Best Finishers In the League

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10. DeAndre Jordan, Los Angeles Clippers

March 10, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan (6) dunks to score a basket against the Detroit Pistons during the second half at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

DeAndre Jordan doesn’t have the most versatile offensive game; it’s an anomaly to see him take a shot from outside the paint.  Luckily for Jordan, the Clippers have other players that can take those shots.  He is able to focus on making layups and impressive dunks.

He only averaged 8.8 points per game last season, but Brandon Knight knows he makes his buckets stand out.  With a guy like Jordan, it’s better to just foul him and enjoy his 42 percent free throw percentage.

If Jordan is able to improve his percentage at the charity stripe, he could be an even more formidable finisher.  Right now, fouling is the best way to solve the problem of DeAndre Jordan.

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  • tracy3

    We don’t want to “click” eleven times just list the darn things and give us views!

  • ScHoolboy Drew

    Hey retard, Iguodala isn’t on the Nuggets anymore

    • Mike Dill

      Where did I insinuate that he is still on the Nuggets? I opened his slide with “Warriors fans will be happy” because he is a Warrior now.

      • ScHoolboy Drew

        The title of the slide was originally “Andre Iguodala, Denver Nuggets” you just put off replying to me until you fixed it.

        • Mike Dill

          I did no such thing. I didn’t even put the team names in the slide titles. Our editor must have added them just in case readers were unfamiliar with any of the players.

          Either way, please refrain from name calling. There’s no need for that.

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