Associated Press

No player in NBA history who has attempted at least 1,000 free throws has converted a lower percentage of his free throw attempts through his age-26 season than Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, according to an analysis from The Wall Street Journal.

By Extra Mustard
February 26, 2015

No player in NBA history who has attempted at least 1,000 free throws has converted a lower percentage of his free throw attempts through his age-26 season than Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, according to an analysis from The Wall Street Journal.

Jordan's .422 percent make rate is much lower than the second worst free-throw shooter, former Indiana Pacers center Dale Davis (.520). Jordan posted his lowest free-throw conversion rate 2009-10 (.375) and only once, in 2011-12, has cracked the .500 barrier.

In a recent game against the San Antonio Spurs, Jordan connected on only 10 of his 28 free-throw attempts.

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