Tom Orsborn: DeAndre Jordan sprained his left ankle at practice and is listed as doubtful for tomorrow’s game against #Spurs, per Knicks.
Dwain Price: After getting injured Saturday night in Indiana, center DeAndre Jordan didn't go through a full practice session today in Milwaukee. "DJ turned his ankle a little bit last night," coach Rick Carlisle said. "He just did a walk-through today, but the hope is he’ll be OK."
Tim MacMahon: Mavs list DeAndre Jordan (left knee contusion) as questionable for Sunday’s game vs. Thunder.
Brad Turner: When he takes the opening tip tonight, DeAndre Jordan will tie Randy Smith (715) for the most games played in Clippers franchise history.
Brad Turner: Clippers announce DeAndre Jordan out for Minnesota game tomorrow with sprained left ankle
Brad Turner: DeAndre Jordan listed as questionable with sprained left ankle for Clippers vs Rockets tomorrow. DJ missed Saturday’s game with ankle injury, his first missed game of the season
Center DeAndre Jordan missed Saturday's 126-105 win over the Sacramento Kings because of a sprained left ankle suffered in the second quarter of Thursday night's road win over the Kings. It marked the first game Jordan missed because of injury in his 10-year career, all with the Clippers. His next game will tie him with Randy Smith for most played in franchise history at 715.
June 30, 2022 | 6:44 am EDT Update
There’s mutual interest between Malik Monk and the Sacramento Kings, per @JakeLFischer h/t @TheSteinLine (Spotify Live) #NBATwitter
June 30, 2022 | 12:16 am EDT Update
NBA star Miles Bridges was arrested for felony domestic violence in Los Angeles on Wednesday, TMZ Sports has learned. The 24-year-old forward — who most recently played for the Charlotte Hornets — turned himself in to a local jail regarding an alleged physical altercation that happened on Tuesday.
Law enforcement sources tell us a woman claims she was in an argument with Bridges that turned physical. We’re told police were called to the scene, but Bridges was gone by the time cops arrived. We’re told the woman required medical attention.
“When Kyrie announced he was opting in, I was like ‘okay, we can move on. This won’t be a thing,’ said Windhorst. “But that’s not what my phone was telling me. That’s not what the executives were telling me. That’s not what the agents were telling me. They are saying this ain’t over, because the Nets made it clear to everybody they did not want the status quo. If nothing else changed, they were not going to be happy. They were not sure if that this satisfied that situation.