The Warriors are going to go after DeAndre Jordan in free agency, according to the New York Times.

The Warriors know this has a marginal chance of success, but league sources say they intend to at least explore their free-agent chances with DeAndre Jordan, who is not only close pals with Kevin Durant but also one of GM Bob Myers’ former clients
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According to the report, the Warriors are not confident they will land Jordan, but considering the Clippers center is a good friend of Kevin Durant’s, they believe they may have a shot at getting him to sign a deal.

Jordan informed the Clippers he would be opting out of the final year of his contract Friday making him a free agent.

Golden State also has to decide which role players they would like to retain as Nick Young, JaVale McGee, Kevon Looney, Patrick McCaw and Quinn Cook will all be free agents.

Free Chris Stewart Jersey agency officially begins July 1.

Tyreke Evans, Grizzlies: Evans had a resurgence in Memphis last season, and hoped to be dealt to a contender at the deadline. The Grizzlies held on to him, however, and the team suggested he is in their future plans. He will Womens Bryan Rust Jersey look to bolt to a playoff team, though, and the Pacers could be a sensible destination.

Zach LaVine*, Bulls: Should the Bulls negotiate directly with LaVine, or risk that another team won’t make a big offer for him that the Bulls will have to match? There is at least one team willing to make such an offer, so the Bulls should move quickly to keep the big prize from the Jimmy Butler trade.

J.J. Redick, Sixers: Redick has shot 43.9 percent from the 3-point line and is a good locker-room presence, though his defense can be exposed at this stage in his career (he turned 34 this week). He signed a one-year, $23 million deal with the Sixers last summer, and won’t get nearly as much this time around. If he can get a mid-level deal for a few years on a playoff team, he should grab it.