It’s been something of a foregone conclusion that DeAndre Jordan would not be a member of the Los Angeles Clippers by the time the trade deadline rolled around. Jordan’s name has been at the center of trade rumors all year, and once Blake Griffin was sent to Detroit, the assumption was that Jordan wouldn’t be far behind as the Clippers looked to blow it all up.
But three days out from the deadline and there hasn’t been much chatter about teams trying to acquire Jordan. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, that might be because, well, no one wants to pay the price to get him, and the Clippers aren’t happy with the offers they have received.
Wojnarowski, during his appearance on The Lowe Post, spoke about the issues Los Angeles has had finding a suitable deal for their star center.