NBA: Mark Cuban Compares DeAndre Jordan Going Back to Clippers to Makeup Sex

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Mark Cuban released several statements on the matter of DeAndre Jordan reneging on their agreement and going back to the Los Angeles Clippers and appeared to be getting over the situation but he’s obviously still bitter.  Cuban spoke with Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and said they hashed things out but he threw a clear shot at Jordan and the Clippers with his latest comment.

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(Video) NBA: DeAndre Jordan Explains His Side of Mavericks/Clippers Drama & Relationship With Chris Paul

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The biggest story of the offseason was the hilarious but troubling saga surrounding DeAndre Jordan, the Dallas Mavericks and the Los Angeles Clippers.  Jordan verbally committed to the Mavericks but had second thoughts as the moratorium wore on and ultimately re-signed with the Clippers in dramatic fashion after the players and coach Doc Rivers staged a sit in at his house. Jordan took a lot of heat for not reaching out directly to Mavs owner Mark Cuban. Jordan apologized on Twitter, Cuban would have none of it. Now Jordan is telling his side of the story directly.

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NBA: Mark Cuban Explains the Talk He Had With Steve Ballmer Over DeAndre Jordan Incident

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The Dallas Mavericks and DeAndre Jordan had come to an agreement on a four-year, $80 million deal but the Los Angeles Clippers swooped in, literally, and got Jordan to re-sign with the team at the last minute.  As you would expect, there’s now animosity between the two teams but the two owners Mark Cuban and Steve Ballmer came together to talk things out.

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(Photo) NBA: Chandler Parsons Throws Shade At DeAndre Jordan For Reneging on Mavs Deal & Picking Clippers

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Yesterday was an epic day on Twitter thanks to DeAndre Jordan.  The big man had committed to sign a four-year, $80 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks.  He suddenly had a change of heart however and agreed to meet with the Los Angeles Clippers.

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(Photos) NBA: DeAndre Jordan & Clippers Played Cards While Ignoring Mark Cuban’s Calls

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Yesterday will go down as one of the most hilarious nights in the NBA offseason.  DeAndre Jordan reached out to Doc Rivers and informed him that he made a mistake when he agreed to a four-year, $80 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks. Rivers along with other members of the Clippers, traveled to Jordan’s house for another meeting and stayed there with him throughout the night until the NBA moratorium was lifted and Jordan was able to re-sign with the team at 12:00 am which he did.  While some people thought they were holed up in Jordan’s house trying to convince him to stay with the Clippers, it turns out the meeting was relatively short and they were just hanging out playing cards the rest of the time.  They left Mavericks owner Mark Cuban out in the cold, refusing to let him enter the house and Jordan would not answer his phone calls or texts.

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NBA Report: Welp Mavericks Thought They Were Contenders to Get Kevin Durant After Getting DeAndre Jordan

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The Dallas Mavericks have had issues landing big name free agents such as Deron Williams, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard.  It appeared things had finally turned around when DeAndre Jordan committed to a four-year, $80 million deal with the team.  As you know, Jordan had a change of heart and after a hilarious night of reportedly being held captive, he agreed to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, leaving the Mavericks out in the cold yet again.  Unfortunately for the Mavericks, the domino effect could hurt them big time.

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(Photos) NBA: LOL Chris Paul, Blake Griffin & Chandler Parsons Have Emoji War Over DeAndre Jordan

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It was announced that free agent DeAndre Jordan had decided to leave the Los Angeles Clippers and join the Dallas Mavericks on a four-year, $80 million deal.  He didn’t sign the deal yet as the league has a waiting period and the Clippers decided they would make another last ditch effort to get their big man back.  Today coach and president Doc Rivers along with reportedly Blake Griffin, Paul Pierce, Chris Paul and JJ Redick arrived in Houston to meet with Jordan and convince to remain with the team.  This set off an emoji war on Twitter with each player tweeting their mode of transportation to get to Jordan.

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NBA Report: Mavericks Most Likely to Lure DeAndre Jordan Away From Clippers, Chandler Parsons Recruiting

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DeAndre Jordan is set to become a free agent this summer and has already pubicly expressed that he will explore free agency not just commit to the Los Angeles Clippers.  There are several teams that have their eye on the big men but the Dallas Mavericks have some help.  Two summers ago Chandler Parsons helped recruit Dwight Howard to Houston. Then last summer Parsons bolted the Rockets and signed with the rival Mavericks over in Dallas.  Even there he doesn’t stop. Chandler is back to recruiting big men.

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NBA Report: Monta Ellis Opting Out of Mavericks Contract, Pacers & Heat Reportedly Interested

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There was a report that the Dallas Mavericks will explore trade options if Monta Ellis opts in to the $8.72 million player option on his contract.  Ellis has since decided to opt out and become a free agent and is already receiving some interest.

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(Photo) NBA: Houston Rockets Fire Their Social Media Manager After He Trolled The Mavericks With Emojis

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After the Houston Rockets prowess 3-point shooting sent the Dallas Mavericks home, their twitter account decided to take a shot of their own. The Houston Rockets Twitter account tweeted a Horse and Gun emoji, referencing to the Rockets putting down the depleted Mavericks. Well the tweet appears to have cost the Rockets social media manager his job. Check out the Rockets and Mavericks response to the tweet!

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