NBA Free Agency 2015 Update: DeAndre Jordan selects Mavericks’ four-year, $80 million offer and leaves Clippers surprised

Center DeAndre Jordan has finally picked the team he wants to play for in the next three years, the Dallas Mavericks. Jordan accepted the Mavs offer worth $80 million in four years, according to Dallas Morning News.

Jordan was rumored to be torn between the Mavs or going back to play with the Clippers. Jordan clearly was not interested to play with the Knicks, one of his suitors, by informing the Knicks through his agent.

Jordan will surely provide a strong lift to the roster of the Dallas Mavericks, who are centered still on Dirk Nowitzki. However, with the addition of Jordan and Wesley Matthews, the Mavs will have an opportunity to match other teams in the Western Conference, including the Golden State Warriors.

The Clippers are left stunned with the current decision of Jordan. Losing the 26-year-old center would only mean that the Clippers needed a big man in a hurry as others are still available in the free agency.

ESPN Marc Stein says the Mavericks sold DeAndre Jordan on coming to Dallas by telling him he can be the face of the franchise. Jordan averages 11.5 points, 15.0 rebounds and 2.2 shot blocks in 2014-15 season.

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