Jordan has spent the first 10 years of his National Basketball Association career with the Clippers.
This is Jordan's second turn at free agency. He immediately becomes one of the best big men available in this year's free agent class. He will make close to $24.1 million in 2018-19, the report says.
In the summer of 2015, Jordan verbally committed to signing a four-year deal with Dallas in free agency, but changed his mind shortly before the moratorium period ended.
For five consecutive seasons from 2012-13 to 2016-17, Jordan led the National Basketball Association in field goal percentage and effective field goal percentage.
All signs are pointing toward Jordan being a Maverick next season, but as we have seen, literally anything is possible.
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Jordan averaged 12.0 points and 15.2 rebounds last season with the Clippers, his 5th straight year averaging a double-double.
READ: Is DeAndre Jordan even a good idea for the Mavs? Clippers coach Doc Rivers, then-teammates Chris Paul and Blake Griffin each traveled to the center's home, staying there until he re-signed with the Clippers. According to the New York Times' Marc Stein, the Warriors will at least put their hat in the ring for Jordan.
The Warriors had also reportedly been interested in possibly signing Jordan.
The Mavericks have now addressed the frontcourt and backcourt this offseason.
There is still work to do for the Mavericks, who finished 24-58 last season, to become a playoff contender in the Western Conference.