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DeAndre Jordan Is Putting His Money Where His Mouth Is

As a socially and environmentally-minded philanthropist, an investor in plant-based and sustainable brands, a host of his own plant-based TV show and of course, as center for the Brooklyn Nets— DeAndre Jordan is a busy guy. In the midst of his relentless schedule, he finds a way to squeeze in...
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NBA Star DeAndre Jordan is Hosting a New Vegan Cooking Show

Brooklyn Nets’ star center DeAndre Jordan is putting veganism in the spotlight and hosting his own plant-based cooking show called Cooking Clean on PlayersTV. The show premiered on May 30th and features a cast of guest chefs that work with Jordan to cook up delicious vegan meals. Following 13 seasons of NBA basketball, Jordan has decided to show the world how a pro athlete fuels up on a plant-based diet.
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Jeff Green out, DeAndre Jordan ‘in play’ for Game 1 against Bucks

Nets forward Jeff Green will not play in at least Game 1 of their second-round series against the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday. Green, who has been out since Game 2 of the Celtics series, has been dealing with a strained plantar fascia in his left foot. Steve Nash said a timeline for Green’s return from injury has not yet been updated.
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NBA Star DeAndre Jordan is Hosting a New Vegan Cooking Show

Brooklyn Nets’ star center DeAndre Jordan is putting veganism in the spotlight and hosting his own plant-based cooking show called Cooking Clean on PlayersTV. The show premiered on May 30th and features a cast of guest chefs that work with Jordan to cook up delicious vegan meals. Following 13 seasons of NBA basketball, Jordan has decided to show the world how a pro athlete fuels up on a plant-based diet.
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It’s time for the Nets to dust off DeAndre Jordan

BOSTON — The Nets could not stop Jayson Tatum, who scored 50 points in their Game 3 loss to the Celtics on Friday. They also couldn’t stop Tristan Thompson, who grabbed nine offensive rebounds and created second-chance opportunities for a Celtics team already pumped by its rowdy fans. Thompson’s presence worked double overtime against a Nets team that has struggled to protect the paint and ...
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DeAndre Jordan Scores Major Vegan Points For Launching Meatless Cooking Series

Over the last few years, more and more elite athletes have transitioned to vegan diets, including Brooklyn Nets center DeAndre Jordan. Back in 2018, the 32-year-old Houston native decided to ditch animal products, and clearly, he's enjoyed exploring the world of meatless cooking. Now, Jordan is launching his own plant-based cooking series called Cooking Clean, to inspire more athletes and amateurs alike to adopt the cruelty-free lifestyle.
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Nets' DeAndre Jordan named ambassador of plant-based eggless egg company

NEW YORK — DeAndre Jordan is taking his plant-based lifestyle to the next level. The Brooklyn Nets center has been named an ambassador of the cutting-edge, eggless egg brand, Just Egg, from Eat Just, Inc. With the new gig, Jordan will extol the virtues of the award-winning company which touts...
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NBA Star DeAndre Jordan Is Now a Chef on a New Vegan Cooking Show

Professional basketball player DeAndre Jordan—who plays center on NBA team Brooklyn Nets—is the host of new vegan cooking show Cooking Clean which debuts on May 30. The eight-episode show will air on PlayersTV as the first vegan cooking show on the athlete-owned network. An extension of the vegan athlete’s Mindful Life brand, Jordan will demonstrate his vegan culinary skills on each 30-minute episode of Cooking Clean, which is made in partnership with paper towel brand Bounty, and plant-based brands Beyond Meat and Eat Just (maker of mung bean-based JUST Egg).
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Nets’ DeAndre Jordan is key in series against Celtics (and beyond)

Nets head coach Steve Nash has said DeAndre Jordan minutes could be a possibility in their first-round matchup against the Boston Celtics. DJ’s expensive minutes need to be a certainty. Allow me to explain. The Celtics are shorthanded and don’t have their All-Star wing Jaylen Brown (wrist) and one of Boston’s main big men, Robert Williams, is day-to-day battling turf toe. They do have Tristan ...
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