Don’t be surprised if Jordan and hot-scoring guard Lou Williams both obtain change of address cards by the Feb. 8 trade deadline. A source said the Clippers are still open to re-signing the two free-agents-to-be at the right price. To acquire Jordan or Williams, talented young players, talented veterans with short contracts and draft picks would be attractive trade bait.
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Lawrence Frank, the Clippers’ team president, spoke to Jordan about a contract extension last summer and the sides agreed to continue talks after they could not complete a new deal. There did not seem to be any sense of urgency to the negotiations as the 2017-18 got underway. Jordan can opt out of the final season of his contract at season’s end.
Brad Turner: DeAndre Jordan and Clippers have had conversations about a contract extension, but no deal is in place. The two sides will keep talking.
Brad Turner: Jordan wants to return, he said, and the Clippers want him back, they have said.
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May 22, 2018 | 11:04 pm EDT Update
Vincent Ellis: Also, it’s highly likely Dwane Casey will be a candidate for the coaching opening … as soon as they fill the president of basketball ops post. Time frame for president spot? Sometime around the first week of June.
May 22, 2018 | 8:39 pm EDT Update
Marc Stein: The Suns have brought former Knicks coach Mike Woodson to Phoenix to discuss joining new coach Igor Kokoskov’s staff as top assistant, league sources say. @Gambo987 said on his radio show today that the decision has already been made to hire Woodson