Deandre Jordan Plans To Leave Los Angeles Clippers Because Of Chris Paul’s ‘Constant Barking’ And Domineering Personality
The professional basketball player DeAndre Jordan plans to leave the Los Angeles Clippers, as he grew tired of his fellow team member’s ‘constant barking,’ relentlessness and domineering personality. Jordan may sign with the Dallas Mavericks. Read on for more details.
NESN reported that Jordan was unhappy with the Clippers, at least when playing with Paul. The source also said that the player has opted to “leave the Los Angeles Clippers and sign with the Dallas Mavericks over the weekend.”
According to ESPN, Jordan was impressed with Mavericks’ Mavs’ message to him. Mav’s inspiring message and his poor relationship with Paul would have made Jordan to think of leaving the Clippers and joining the Mavericks.
However, the source also reported on July 6 that Jordan’s decision to leave the Clippers was mainly due to his “frayed relationship with Paul.”
“He was tired of Paul’s constant barking and petty gestures, like distributing high-fives to the three other guys on the floor following a timeout but somehow freezing out Jordan,” reported the source.
The source also reported that none of the Clippers players met with Jordan after he decided to leave the Clippers. In addition, Dirk Nowitzki allegedly went for a vacation to meet his new teammate, and Paul went for vacationing in the Bahamas.
CBS SPORTS reported that Jordan has decided to join a long-term deal with the Dallas Mavericks. It was after seven years of service with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Jordan was disappointed that the Clippers always treated him like the fresh player. It was regardless of the leaps and bounds he achieved to be named “first team all-defense,” reported the source. In addition, Jordan was not happy with Paul’s behavior. There has also been “on-court evidence of how Paul has treated Jordan,” although Doc Rivers has denied the frayed relationship rumors about Jordan and Paul.
It seems that the Mavericks wanted to sign Jordan much more than the Clippers wanted to retain him. Let us see what happens.
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