DeAndre Jordan Played The Mavs!

Finally, DeAndre Jordan made up his mind on where he wants to go. Jordan’s talents will be staying in Los Angeles. Jordan last week reached an agreement with the Mavericks for 4 years for $80 mil. The deal was a verbal agreement and a deal isn’t official until you sign the dotted line. DeAndre is set to sign a 4 year deal worth $88 mil with the Clippers, according to ESPN. DeAndre had a change of heart. Can CP3 and DeAndre Jordan repair their relationship? We will find out this season. Overall, the Clippers keep their core together and their big 3, which is important because the Western Conference is getting tougher and tougher and you need a big man to anchor the defense and give the opposing team a scare in the pain on the offensive side of the ball. DeAndre will be again the 3rd option, but he knows whats expected of him and if he would of signed in Dallas he would of been the 2nd option, but the expectation level would be tough to overcome with a center who brings defense, but only dunks. Deandre needs a point guard in Chris Paul to be successful and in Dallas you have Raymond Felton, who is nowhere near CP3 in the assist department or as a player of a whole. Deandre would struggle in Dallas. So glad he changed his mind and signed with the Clippers where he can call home, also hopefully the Mavericks learned to not go and sign Clipper players because they want you to go trick or treating and you’ll come out with a trick over a treat! 

(Slamonline.com)  DeAndre averaged a career high 11.5 points per game and  15 rebounds per game last season, per Basketball-Reference.
(Slamonline.com)
DeAndre averaged a career high 11.5 points per game and 15 rebounds per game last season, per Basketball-Reference.

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