Los Angeles Clippers: Draft Prospect - Jordan Adams

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Mar 26, 2014; Memphis, TN, USA; UCLA Bruins guard Jordan Adams addresses the media after practice for the south regional of the 2014 NCAA Mens Basketball Championship at FedEx Forum. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

As the draft gets ever nearer, the Los Angeles Clippers focus on drafting a guard is reportedly intensifying. In the first of my profiles of potential draft prospects for the Clippers, I took a look at Semaj Christon, a point guard from Xavier. This time around it’s the turn of UCLA shooting guard Jordan Adams.

Adams, along with his teammates Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine, is part of the UCLA delegation that many are projecting to go in the first round of this draft.

The Bruins were a solid team last year with an overall 28-9 record, but they exited the NCAA tournament at the Sweet Sixteen stage, which there’s no doubt is earlier than they had planned. Adams was a key contributor within that group though, and undoubtedly has the potential to play a part in the NBA.

So, let’s take a look at his game in a little more detail.

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