Clippers' Jordan a work in progress

Updated: March 4, 2010, 1:14 AM ET
By D.J. Foster | For ESPNLosAngeles.com

It's DeAndre Jordan's lucky day. Typically after practice concludes, Jordan continues his painful daily ritual of making 200 free throws. For a guy like Steve Nash that's no big deal. Maybe an hour, tops. But for Jordan, a 36 percent career free throw shooter, that's a pretty big chunk of the day.

This day, though, perhaps because interim Clippers coach Kim Hughes was a career 39 percent free throw shooter and empathizes with Jordan's pain, they work on post moves. Bullet temporarily dodged.

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