NBA Rumors: Latest on DeAndre Jordan, LaMarcus Aldridge and More

July 4th, 2015 by Jared Johnson Leave a reply »

The early pace of NBA free-agency news is slowing down, but teams are still working just as hard to fill out their rosters.

Whether by agreeing to contracts with free agents or finalizing trades, squads are hoping to fix flaws on their rosters in order to put the best possible product on the floor by opening night.

Friday's biggest news belonged to DeAndre Jordan and the Dallas Mavericks. The former Los Angeles Clippers star agreed to a four-year, $80 million deal with Dallas, according to Ken Berger of CBS Sports.

Let's look at how the Clippers might be hoping to fix their newfound hole at starting center, as well as a couple of other free-agent rumblings.


Are the Clippers Looking for a DeAndre Jordan Sign-and-Trade?

Losing out on Jordan is a huge, huge blow to the Clippers' championship aspirations.

Not only was the athletic 6'11", 265-pound big man Los Angeles' third-best player behind Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, he was one of the few viable rotation big men the Clippers had. In the postseason, Griffin and Jordan played 39.8 and 34.4 minutes per game, re ...

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