DeAndre Jordan switching agents after Mavericks debacle

Clippers center DeAndre Jordan has moved on from agents Dan Fegan and Jarinn Akana, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Jordan reportedly told them last week he was "moving in another direction." His decision reportedly came a few days after the N

BA fined the Clippers $250,000 for violating rules while recruiting Jordan, who signed a four-year max contract in early July.

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The Clippers big man has now been with three agents in seven years.

Jordan's decision comes after a tumultuous summer in free agency. He had agreed to sign with the Mavericks before backing out of the deal and deciding to re-join the Clippers. Fegan had a close relationship with Mavs owner Mark Cuban and, according to ESPN, Jordan believed he was purposely misled and manipulated to go to Dallas.