Dallas Mavericks Working On DeAndre Jordan Trade

Tanya Simon
June 30, 2018

DeAndre Jordan's time with the Clippers is all but officially over.

The Mavericks have been trying to arrange a trade for Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan and are expected to pursue Jordan and other top free-agent centers, such as New Orleans's DeMarcus Cousins and Houston's Clint Capela, if a trade can not be struck.

Whatever proposal Jordan's agent, Jeff Schwartz, develops with the Mavericks, the Clippers aren't sure if it would benefit them to do a sign-and-trade deal, said the executives.

The Mavericks and Clippers had discussed trade scenarios in which Jordan would exercise his player option.

Earlier today, it was reported the Clippers were awaiting Jordan's decision, which had to be made by 11:59 ET tonight. Heavily linked to Dallas, Jordan could very well sign with the team over the next few days.

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After having second thoughts and getting recruited by his L.A. teammates to re-sign, he reneged and signed a four-year, $88 million deal to stay with the Clippers.

Three years later, Jordan once again has a chance to end up in Texas.

Per the Times, the Mavericks did not want to surrender draft compensation in a trade, preferring to pursue Jordan via free agency.

Nowitzki, 41, averaged 12.0 points and 5.7 rebounds in less than 25 minutes of action per game last season.

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