DeAndre Jordan, who hasn’t been represented by an agent for the last two years, has rectified that, having hired new representation in a potential contract year, league sources tell Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. According to Wojnarowski, Jordan has signed on with Jeff Schwartz of Excel Sports Management. There was a reported belief among some executives and agents that Jordan would choose Rich Paul and Klutch Sports for representation, but the big man instead opted for Schwartz, one of the biggest names among NBA agents. Schwartz also represents players like Kevin Love, Kemba Walker, Andre Drummond, and LaMarcus Aldridge, among others. While Jordan isn’t eligible to reach free agency until July, an agent may help open up trade possibilities before then if the Clippers decide to shop their starting center.