Jordan was among eight Clippers who scored points in the second quarter when Los Angeles outscored Detroit 38-25. The Pistons had a seven-point edge in the final quarter that enabled them to finish within double digits of Los Angeles.
Jamal Crawford led the Clippers with 26 points and Blake Griffin had 10 points in the second quarter en route to a 25-point game. J.J. Redick, with nine points and four assists in the second period, wound up with 20 points.
Jordan's 16 points came on 8-of-11 shooting as the Clippers connected on 55.6 percent of their shots.
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