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Clippers' DeAndre Jordan is more driven by last season's slights
Clippers' DeAndre Jordan is more driven by last season's slights

You don't have to ask DeAndre Jordan twice — or once, even — about his perceived defensive player of the year snub last season to figure out how he feels. The Clippers center interrupted a reporter's question about not winning the award Thursday afternoon, adding, "and not making the [all-] defensive team either, so … " Apparently he feels left out on multiple fronts. Jordan finished third in voting for the league's defensive player of the year, behind winner Joakim Noah and runner-up Roy Hibbert. He was also left off the all-defensive first and second teams despite leading the NBA in rebounding (13.6 per game) and ranking third in blocked...

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