Will DeAndre Jordan be a difference-maker for Nets this season?

Rick Laughland

Brooklyn Nets center DeAndre Jordan made it to the All-NBA Team each year from 2014-17, along with two All-Defensive selections from 2014 to 2017, and a 2017 All-Star appearance. He’s glorified in the NBA community, but the question here is if he can get the Nets to win this season?

He’s averaged 11 points, 13 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 1.1 blocks in each game, assisting his tenure with the Dallas Mavericks and New York Knicks last season. There’s no way that was his A-game is poor, he still shot 64 percent from the field and got a career-high 67.4 TS. To put it down like this, Jordan has been overshadowed by several multi-talented players that dominate the court in many ways.

No matter what, Jordan is going to give it his all in any team as he’s one of the best roll-men in the NBA. Nets general manager Sean Marks made a comment about Jordan playing a huge role in the Nets.

“I know how big and strong he is,” Marks said at a press conference at HSS Training Center on Monday. “To have that and have D.J. and his presence a part of our group, I think that’s something we’re all excited about.”