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    Alan Hahn just tweeted:

    RT [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]: Word is Knicks will purchase No. 44 pick from Bucks, C Jerome Jordan

    Theres our Center, not bad for a 2nd rounder, nothing to get excited about though.

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    Originally Posted by XxLayzieLXx
    Alan Hahn just tweeted:

    RT [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]: Word is Knicks will purchase No. 44 pick from Bucks, C Jerome Jordan

    Theres our Center, not bad for a 2nd rounder, nothing to get excited about though.
    they better get a center, I am pissed off about getting two guards

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    This deal better go through.

    Otherwise we have no center at all. Yeah, there's no guarantee Jerome Jordan is going to pan out, but it's better than not having a prospect at all.

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    The kid Landry Fields is a SF, i watched some video of him, he played like a PF in college, but we are pretty loaded with SF's already with Gallo, Chandler and Walker, so picking him didn't make sense. I still want a legit PG.

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    Coachem' up D"Ant!

    Full Name: Jerome Adalphus Jordan
    Position: Center
    Height/Weight: 7-0 / 253
    Birthdate: September 29, 1986
    College: Tulsa
    DRAFTED BY: Milwaukee Bucks Round 2: Pick 44
    Tulsa
    Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
    2006-07 23 10 29 49 0.592 3 11 0.273 0 0 0.000 49 4 3 17 61 2.7
    2007-08 39 39 154 273 0.564 102 148 0.689 0 0 0.000 309 31 15 143 410 10.5
    2008-09 36 35 180 307 0.586 137 186 0.737 0 0 0.000 308 34 14 91 497 13.8
    2009-10 35 35 184 335 0.549 172 250 0.688 0 0 0.000 317 44 16 82 540 15.4

    Career Highlights: Selected to Conference USA All-Defensive Team as a senior, junior and sophomore. Named to Second Team All-Conference USA as a senior. Only player in Conference USA history with over 800 rebounds and 300 blocks. Holds Conference USA and Tulsa all-time records for blocks with 333. Ranks second all-time in school history with 983 rebounds.

    Senior (2009-10): Led team in scoring (15.4 ppg), rebounds (9.1 rpg), blocks (2.3 bpg) and field-goal percentage (.549). Started all 35 of the team’s games, scoring in double figures 31 times. Scored a season-high 24 points to go along with 12 rebounds against Marshall. Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds to go along with 13 points in the team’s next game against Marshall, and 21 points and 12 rebounds in the third. Blocked a season-high six shots in four separate games against Florida International, Loyola-Marymount, Oklahoma State, and Ohio.

    Junior (2008-09): Led team in rebounds (8.6 rpg), blocks (2.5 bpg) and field-goal percentage (.586), while ranking second in scoring (13.8 ppg). Started 35 of the team’s 36 games, scoring in double figures 25 times. Scored a career-high 28 points on 10-for-13 shooting against Central Florida. Grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds in three separate games against Southern Mississippi, BYU, and UTEP. Scored 24 points to go along with 13 rebounds against Houston.

    Sophomore (2007-08): Led team in rebounds (7.9 rpg), blocks (3.7 bpg) and field-goal percentage (.564), while ranking second in scoring (10.5 ppg). Started all 39 of the team’s games, scoring in double figures 21 times. Scored a season-high 23 points and grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds against UAB. Blocked a career-high eight shots twice, against Tulane and East Carolina.

    Freshman (2006-07): Averaged 2.7 points and 2.1 rebounds in 23 games played. Scored a season-high six points in five separate games. Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds against Southern Mississippi.

    Strengths: Long and mobile center with developing skill set. Has good feel for game in post and a respectable jump shot. Good shot blocker and solid rebounder.

    Personal: Son of Bryan and Faith Jordan. Majoring in exercise sports science. Moved to the United States from his native Jamaica as a high school junior, which is when he first started playing basketball.
    Blah... on that just started factoid.

    Finally.
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    Default It's not official though is it?

    Originally Posted by Red
    Coachem' up D"Ant!



    Blah... on that just started factoid.

    Finally.
    Jamaican born, started playing ball in HS? It's the second coming of the franchise!

    But it's not official yet! I would be pleased but not exactly pumping my fist in the air if we got him. He's necessary. I'm still advocating a re-signing of Barron as well.


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    I doubt we get Jordan, the Bucks traded their backup C Dan Gadzuric and have need for a backup C for Bogut.

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