|2008 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 35th overall by L.A. Clippers.|
|14th July, 2009||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed three year contract with L.A. Clippers, for $550,000 in the first season and the final two seasons at the minimum salary.|
|11th December, 2011||NBA||Signed a four year, $43,039,054 offer sheet with Golden State.|
|13th December, 2011||NBA||L.A. Clippers matched Golden State's offer sheet.|
|9th July, 2015||NBA||Re-signed by L.A. Clippers to a four year, $87,616,050 contract. Included player option for 2018/19.|
|29th June, 2018||NBA||Declined 2018/19 player option.|
|6th July, 2018||NBA||Signed a one year, $22,897,200 contract with Dallas.|
|31st January, 2019||NBA||Traded by Dallas, along with Wes Matthews, Dennis Smith Jr, a 2021 first round pick and a 2023 first round pick, to New York in exchange for Kristaps Porzingis, Courtney Lee, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr.|
|2007 - 2008||Texas A&M (NCAA)|
|June 2008 - June 2018||L.A. Clippers (NBA)|
|July 2018 - January 2019||Dallas Mavericks (NBA)|
|January 2019 - present||New York Knicks (NBA)|
June 29, 2017
C, 6’11, 265lbs, 28 years old, 9 years of experience
Consistently healthy, consistently productive, and consistently plays within his limitations. Even slightly improved his weaker areas - showed slightly more poise in his post touch, had a career-high assist rate (albeit still low), and shot the second best he ever has from the free throw line. He is a star role player, and a role playing star. Needs to develop further offensively - 15% more on that free throw stroke, a willingness to go to the post and use his hooks, less wild kick-out passes - to compliment his pick-and-roll effectiveness. Also needs help defensively so that he is not having to track both halves of a pick-and-roll at once too often.
Player Plan: One guaranteed year at $22,642,350, then one player option year at $24,119,025. No reason to look for a trade despite expensive overall payroll.
July 8, 2010
Additionally, Jordan's salary is unguarant eed; waiving him opens up another $380,785 in cap room after being charged another cap hold. That would boost their amount of cap room to $17,974,712. It's something to consider, but it's overkill.