The Mavericks are going after DeAndre Jordan in free agency.
This is also possibly a move in anticipation of DeAndre Jordan's arrival in Dallas, three years after snubbing the Mavericks in a controversial flip-flopping.
"The Mavericks, in a mutual decision with Dirk Nowitzki, are declining Nowitzki's $5 million team option for next season and plan to hash out a new contract with him in July, according to league sources".
There is still work to do for the Mavericks, who finished 24-58 last season, to become a playoff contender in the Western Conference. Jordan reached a verbal agreement to sign with Dallas during the NBA's "moratorium period" in the summer of 2015. Adding Jordan alongside Dennis Smith Jr. and Yogi Ferrell will hopefully make the team more competitive.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the longtime Clippers big man will become an unrestricted free agent this weekend.
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As for the discussions held Wednesday, Los Angeles Times' Tania Ganguli said a source described the call as "productive". Oklahoma City's Paul George , another major free agent-get, has already declared himself to be on the open market.
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After Uruguay clinched victory to set up a last-eight showdown with France , Cavani told A Bola: "It's very exciting". Elsewhere in the other knockout stage match on Saturday, Portugal will take on Uruguay.
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The players can listen to the manager - and they should also be able to express themselves about what they do not like from him. The use of animals to forecast winners at the World Cup is a fairly recent fad.
Stein reported that the Mavericks were unwilling to give up assets in a trade with the Clippers.
Jordan averaged 12 points and.9 blocks while setting a new career high in rebounds (15.2) per game. The Mavs made it clear to Jordan that they were looking for the opt-in and trade option to get him as a rental and Jordan was alright with that.
That situation still remains as one of the biggest head-scratchers in recent National Basketball Association history, and will live on in infamy for a long time. He is a native of the state and starred at Texas A&M before being drafted by the Clippers with the 35th pick in the 2008 Draft.
Before trading Rivers, the son of Coach Doc Rivers, the Clippers had nine guards on the roster.