DeAndre Jordan appears to have been knocked out of the Nets’ rotation by a pair of big men plucked off the buyout market. But sources have told The Post the Nets have no intention of adding the veteran center to that buyout market.

“It’s never been discussed,” said a source.

The deadline for players waived or bought out to be eligible for the playoffs is 11:59 p.m. Friday. With Jordan having not played in any of the last four games — and having gone a dozen straight without appearing in the fourth quarter — there have been rumors that he and the Nets could look at a buyout. But multiple sources said there have been no conversations on the matter.

“Nothing going on there,” another league told The Post.