Jordan was admitted to Marina Del Rey Hospital on Saturday night, getting intravenous antibiotics and several tests. He was released Sunday during the Clippers' afternoon game.
Former All-Star Chris Kaman started in Jordan's spot.
Jordan averaged 7.0 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.7 blocks while playing in each of the Clippers' first 70 games, starting 61. The third-year pro has emerged as a defensive standout alongside All-Star Blake Griffin in Los Angeles' front line.