Free throws haunted DeAndre Jordan throughout his college days at Texas A&M. They haunted him when he entered the NBA in 2008. And they haunt him today, coming off a season where he shot just 38.6 percent from the charity stripe.
The bad news is that if there's a weakness in his game, this is still it. The good news is that he's doing something to try and fix it. The big question is whether that will be reflected in the results next season.