DEANDRE Jordan has dropped his agents, according to reports, as the offseason of drama continued for the young slotman.
It is the third time in seven seasons that Jordan has parted ways with representatives, earlier dropping Joel Bell, Wasserman Media Group and now Relativity Sports.
Dan Fegan and Jarinn Akana of Relativity Sports have been informed last week of Jordan’s plans, according to the LA Times, after the Clippers were fined by the NBA for violating rules during the pitch to the free agent enter.
The Clippers were said to have discussed business opportunities unauthorized by the NBA, including a deal with Lexus that would have paid Jordan about $200,000 annually.
It is another twist to Jordan’s summer, which saw him agree to a deal with the Dallas Mavericks only to make a U-turn and rejoin the Clippers on a four-year $80 million deal.