DeAndre Jordan was 121st out of 122 qualified players in free throw shooting percentage in the 2016 regular season at 43 percent, just ahead of Andre Drummond's woeful 35 percent - and Jordan actually improved significantly from the line this year (he shot just 39 percent last season). It only took a few minutes for Jordan to get to the line Sunday in Game 1 against the Trail Blazers, and his first shot of the playoffs was perfectly awful.

It's one thing to airball a free throw short, but Jordan - standing just 15 feet away from the bucket - whiffed on the side of the rim. It's not the worst free throw in basketball history, but it might be the worst of Jordan's career, and he's had a lot of air balls.

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