Cavs exploring Jamal Crawford trade
In addition to a trade for Nets guard Joe Johnson, Cleveland is also looking at the veteran Clippers guard, sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein. The deal would ship Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed $10.5M contract to L.A.
Clippers among free-agency losers
J.A. Adande names the Los Angeles Clippers the biggest loser in free agency so far. "The Clippers had no fallback plan for DeAndre Jordan's departure," writes Adande. Free-agency winners and losers
Who have been the biggest winners and losers in free agency? What have been the most surprising deals? Our 5-on-5 panel weighs in.
Chandler Parsons believes that DeAndre Jordan's desire to become the NBA's next dominant big man was the biggest factor in his decision to sign with Dallas.
New Dallas Mavericks center DeAndre Jordan spoke with reporter Morty Ain about what it was like to take it all off for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue and how cartoons help him before games.
Hezonja clutch in Summer League debut
Mario Hezonja, the No. 5 pick in the 2015 NBA draft, made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 12.9 seconds left to give the Magic a 75-74 OT win over the Clippers. Hezonja finished with 12 points and made 2-of-5 3-pointers.
Bonus basketball in Orlando
Aaron Gordon's 22 points and 15 rebounds weren't enough to get the Magic's "Blue" team a victory in regulation, so they'll head to a 2-minute OT session against the Clippers in Summer League action.
Aaron Gordon off strong summer start
The second-year Magic forward, who averaged just 5.2 PPG as a rookie last season, has 18 points and 9 rebounds at halftime to give Orlando a 5-point lead over the Clippers on the first day of Summer League action.
BP for Blake before Dodgers game
How do you get over losing your frontcourt mate to Dallas? If you're Blake Griffin, you take a few swings in the cage at Dodger Stadium before tonight's Mets-Dodgers game (10 ET, ESPN).
After years of striking out on big-name free agents, the Mavericks finally landed a core to buoy the team in Dirk Nowitzki's golden years.
CP3 little help in keeping Jordan
Kevin Arnovitz writes of the Clippers' attempts to re-sign DeAndre Jordan: "The Clippers' meeting didn't include a single player. [Blake] Griffin, of course, was in constant touch with his confidant, but [Chris] Paul was off in the Bahamas with LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony. Paul made only half-hearted attempts to reach out to Jordan late in the process." Bigger role in Dallas
After growing from a second-rounder to a max-contract player with the Clippers, DeAndre Jordan heads to Dallas for a bigger, starring role.
Not many options for Clippers
What should the Clippers do now that DeAndre Jordan is waving farewell to Lob City? J.A. Adande writes they should take cues from their neighbors 350 miles to the north. Think small
DeAndre Jordan's departure for Dallas means the Clippers should now embrace the trend toward smaller lineups.
Mavs land DeAndre Jordan
The former Clipper will return to Texas, he played for Texas A&M in college, and will likely sign a four-year max contract worth in excess of $80 million that includes a player option after the third season, sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein and Tim MacMahon.
DeAndre Jordan, Mavs nearing agreement
The free agent is on the verge of leaving the Clippers for Dallas, league sources told Marc Stein. Sources told ESPN that the two sides are nearing agreement on a four-year max contract worth in excess of $80 million that includes a player option after the third season.
DeAndre Jordan has Texas connections
The fact that Jordan was born in Houston and played college ball at Texas A&M is a key reason why he is on the verge of leaving the Clippers to join Dallas according to ESPN's Marc Stein. In a pitch earlier this week, Dallas included taped messages from Jerry Jones and Dez Bryant, playing to Jordan's fandom of the Cowboys.
DeAndre Jordan and the Mavericks have reached an agreement on a four-year max contract worth in excess of $80 million, sources told ESPN.com.
Points Per Game106.72nd
Rebounds Per Game42.620th
Assists Per Game24.83rd