DeAndre Jordan's tenure with the Brooklyn Nets wasn't as smooth as expected. The veteran center landed in Brooklyn in 2019, joining forces with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant in the first and less talented version of the team's Big 3.
His second season in Barclays Center was complex, which led to the team releasing him a couple of days ago. The issues between Jordan and the squad weren't new, as the player reportedly wasn't happy with his playing time.
According to Anthony Puccio, the former Los Angeles Clippers star didn't like being Jarrett Allen's backup, a situation that had ramifications in the team's future