Doc Rivers said that DeAndre Jordan sees himself as a star after his experience with Team USA in Rio. Boston Globe
The Scoop: "As good as he is, I don't think he's ever seen himself as one," Rivers said. "He's always been the third guy so he's looked at himself as a role player in some ways. Now he knows how good he is and I think any time you're around winning, it's important, and I think DJ now knows what winning looks like." Jordan was elite last season with 12.7 points, 13.8 rebounds and 2.3 blocks on 70.3 percent shooting from the field, and while he hit just 43.0 percent from the line, he was still a first-round stud if you take free throws out of the equation.
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