6/4/13 | Eric Patten Obviously, Jordan stretching his shot-making ability would help. But openings for Jordan inside will only increase as running mate Blake Griffin’s perimeter effectiveness continues to improve. It is the consistency for Jordan that is likely as important as anything. It is easy to forget that Jordan, while the longest tenured Clipper, is only 25. He’s been a full-time starter for two-and-a-half seasons and played just 35 games in his only season at Texas A&M. His multi-year contract extension following the lockout certainly upped the level of expectation for the effervescent 6-foot-11 center, but in reality he is still growing and learning as a player.