DeAndre Jordan makes All-NBA First Team

first_imgDeAndre Jordan, once a throw-in when the Clippers discussed a “Big Three,” finally got the recognition that’s largely eluded him. Jordan was named to the All-NBA First Team on Thursday, earning recognition as the league’s top center.Jordan averaged 12.7 points, 13.8 rebounds, 2.3 blocks while shooting a league-leading 70.3 percent from the field. He helped the Clippers stay afloat with Blake Griffin missing more than half of the regular season due to injury.Jordan, who has never made an All-Star team, was All-NBA Third Team last season. C DeAndre JordanG Stephen CurryG Russell WestbrookSECOND TEAMF Kevin DurantF Draymond GreenC DeMarcus CousinsG Chris PaulG Damian LillardTHIRD TEAMF Paul GeorgeF LaMarcus AldridgeC Andre DrummondG Klay ThompsonG Kyle Lowry Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Chris Paul earned a spot on the All-NBA Second Team after scoring 19.5 points a game to go with 10 assists per night.Here are the full teams:FIRST TEAMF LeBron JamesF Kawhi Leonardlast_img

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