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Dallas Mavericks Working On DeAndre Jordan Trade: Report

After having a successful rookie season, Smith Jr. could develop into a Chris Paul type player with Jordan around.

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 29-year-old has spent all 10 of his National Basketball Association seasons with the Clippers.

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Jordan averaged 12.0 points and 15.2 rebounds last season with the Clippers, his 5th straight year averaging a double-double.

Dallas reportedly had a strong interest in signing Lakers restricted free agent forward Julius Randle, but that would appear to be dead at this point. He has averaged at least 13.6 rebounds per game in each of those seasons, as well.

Jordan in Dallas just makes sense, if the two sides are willing to forgive one another for their last free agency fiasco.

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As @World_Wide_Wob pointed out, Jordan better follow the guidance of Kevin McAllister until July 6, when he can officially sign with the Mavs.

For starters, the Clippers don't have the necessary cap space.

Back in 2015 Jordan had agreed to join Dallas, then, all of a sudden, he changed his mind. "Whether it's via free agency, whether it's via a trade, you're constantly looking for ways to improve the roster". Seven years later, the Mavericks made a strong play for Jordan, who agreed to sign with them as a free agent.

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Rivers might not be the last guard to depart the Clippers, though. Instead, he's expected to remain a Maverick with the team looking to offer him a new deal, albeit a cheaper one, per Bobby Marks of ESPN via his colleague, Tim McMahon. He will make close to $24.1 million in 2018-19, the report says.

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