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Help-Wanted Ad for Los Angeles Clippers' Newly Open Center Position

Every decision needs a backup. Plan B isn't even possible for the Los Angeles Clippers. DeAndre Jordan took just long enough to decide he would sign a four-year, $80 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks that L.A.'s most viable replacement options are mostly off the free-agent market. Tyson Chandler is moving to the Phoenix Suns. Show More Summary

Clippers desperate for free agents in wake of DeAndre Jordan departure

The Clippers are in enough trouble that they're even looking at JaVale McGee. Ever since the Los Angeles Clippers took a 3-1 series lead over the Houston Rockets in the second round of the NBA playoffs, things have fallen apart. They...Show More Summary

Jamal Crawford: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Clippers G's Future

The future doesn't exactly look bright for the Los Angeles Clippers. They're without a center at the moment and have little financial wiggle room with which to pursue a suitable replacement. In order to open up some cap space, they may...Show More Summary

Mark Cuban says it was sign DeAndre Jordan or tank for Mavericks

Dallas would have resorted to tanking for a top pick if it was unable to sign the coveted big man. The Dallas Mavericks lured DeAndre Jordan away from the Los Angeles Clippers, and it saved the immediate future of the franchise. Team owner Mark Cuban admitted that it was Jordan or bust for the Mavericks, according to ESPN's Tim McMahon. Show More Summary

DeAndre Jordan leaving Clippers to sign with Mavericks

Now this is a big one. Center DeAndre Jordan, he of massive hops, free throw struggles and impressive defensive ability, is leaving the Los Angeles Clippers and joining the Dallas Mavericks. Nobody expected this. Jordan fits in well on the Clippers, catching lobs from Chris Paul and having limited responsibility on offense while being part [...]

How Do L.A. Clippers Survive Losing DeAndre Jordan to Dallas Mavericks?

The nightmare is real for Steve Ballmer's squad. DeAndre Jordan is gone, leaving the Los Angeles Clippers with a huge hole in their roster and only limited resources with which to fill it. That is, unless L.A. head coach Doc Rivers can pull another rabbit out of his hat this summer. According to Yahoo Sports' Marc J. Show More Summary

DeAndre Jordan leaves Clippers, heads to Mavericks for 4 years, $80M

When DeAndre Jordan declared earlier this week that he wanted an expanded offensive role with the Los Angeles Clippers, it seemed pretty clear that he was headed out of town, no matter what the team offered. Now, he has agreed to a max deal with the Dallas Mavericks for four years and $80 million, according […]

DeAndre Jordan to Mavericks: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Former Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan is reportedly moving to the Dallas Mavericks after agreeing to a deal Friday. Ken Berger of CBS Sports confirmed the agreement. Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times reported the deal is for four years, $80 million with a player option in the final year of the contract. Show More Summary

Report: Jordan, Mavericks agree to four-year deal

DeAndre Jordan has chosen the Mavericks over the Los Angeles Clippers in what turned into a tense boom-or-bust wait for Dallas in pursuit of the free-agent center.

DeAndre Jordan Agrees To A Contract With The Dallas Mavericks

According to ESPN sources, DeAndre Jordan is on the verge of leaving the Los Angeles Clippers to sign a four-year $80 million max offer. pic.twitter.com/ljr9azvIwd — Hayley Byrnes (@HayleyByrnes) July 3, 2015 In a coup for Dallas, two league sources involved in process confirm that DeAndre Jordan has accepted the Mavs' 4-year, $80m offer. Show More Summary

DeAndre Jordan 'on the verge' of signing 4-year, $80 million contract with Mavericks

Dallas will finally get a top free agent, while the Clippers are devastated. Free agent center DeAndre Jordan is "on the verge" of leaving the Los Angeles Clippers and sign a four-year, $80 million maximim contract with the Dallas Mavericks, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Show More Summary

2015 Clippers summer league roster

The Los Angeles Clippers today announced their roster for the 2015 Southwest Airlines Pro Summer League in Orlando. For the first time, the Clippers will participate in the league from July 4 - 10 at Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. NBA TV will televise the Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League games. For the full roster, click: Clippers [...]

Austin Rivers: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Free-Agent SG

Guard Austin Rivers was a key reserve for the Los Angeles Clippers down the stretch last season, but a return to L.A. is far from a lock despite the fact that his father, Doc Rivers, is the head coach. Continue for updates. Rivers Plans...Show More Summary

Old Pals Doc Rivers and Paul Pierce Reunite to Solve Clippers' Wing Woes

The Truth will set you free. At least, that's what Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers are banking on. NBA.com's David Aldridge was among the first to report that Paul Pierce will be ditching the Washington Wizards to return to his...Show More Summary

LA Clippers Rumors: Paul Pierce To Sign Three-Year Deal With Los Angeles

LA Clippers rumors have Paul Pierce agreeing to a three-year contract. Pierce could start for the Clippers in the 2015-16 NBA season at small forward, giving the team a good offensive weapon and veteran presence on the roster. That’s...Show More Summary

Paul Pierce to Clippers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

After bouncing around for the first time in his NBA career, Paul Pierce has decided he likes being a hired gun. The veteran forward and the Los Angeles Clippers agreed to a deal, per Dan Woike of the Orange County Register. NBA.com's...Show More Summary

Report: Paul Pierce to Sign 3-Year Deal With Los Angeles Clippers

In a deal that's been rumored for weeks, Paul Pierce will reportedly sign a three-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers. The post Report: Paul Pierce to Sign 3-Year Deal With Los Angeles Clippers appeared first on SLAMonline.

Paul Pierce reaches 3-year, $9.9 million deal with the Clippers

The Truth returns to his hometown and reconnects with his old coach. Free agent forward Paul Pierce has agreed to terms on a 3-year contract at the taxpayers' mid-level exception with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to multiple reports. Show More Summary

Ric Bucher's Top Potential Landing Spots for Paul Pierce

No other 37-year-old free agent is as sought-after as Paul Pierce. Since opting out of his contract with the Washington Wizards, Pierce has become a free-agent target for several teams around the league. The Los Angeles Clippers and the Boston Celtics are the leading candidates to potentially sway The Truth to leave the capital. Show More Summary

Doc Rivers uses Jamie Foxx to try and woo DeAndre Jordan back to the Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan will be one of the more highly sought after players when teams are permitted to officially begin wooing free agents at midnight. Apparently, the Clippers have already employed something of a full-court press to retain Jordan. According to the Los Angeles Times, Coach and team President Doc Rivers took […]

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