Brooklyn Nets’ DeAndre Jordan had a peculiar 2020-21 NBA season. After playing an important role in the first half of the regular season, Jordan found himself out of the rotation and did not play a single minute in the NBA Playoffs.

The midseason acquisition of LaMarcus Aldridge initially relegated DeAndre Jordan to the bench. Despite Aldridge's abrupt retirement, Jordan did not make a return. Instead, head coach Steve Nash opted to start Blake Griffin at center with the likes of Nicolas Claxton and Jalen Green coming off the bench.

DeAndre Jordan is under contract until the 2022-23 NBA season and is one of the most obvious potential trade assets that the Brooklyn Nets have.