The more games his teammates sit out, the more remarkable DeAndre Jordan's durability becomes.
The Clippers center has not sat out an NBA game since March 23, 2011, and his doctor's note that day was a good one. Jordan had been hospitalized the previous week because of a mild case of pneumonia.
He's played every Clippers game since, the league's longest active streak reaching 360 consecutive games Sunday during a 114-111 overtime victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Fellow Clippers stars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul have been sidelined for considerable chunks of recent seasons. Griffin has sat out the Clippers' last...