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5 Trade Scenarios That Work Perfectly for DeAndre Jordan

The Clippers clearly aren't going anywhere, so DeAndre Jordan looks to potentially be on the move once again. 

L.A.'s high-flying rim protector is set to turn 30 years old this coming July, so the time to win for Jordan is right now.

Here are five locales Jordan could end up that would certainly be a better shot for him to win than the Clippers could offer.

5. Toronto Raptors

We've been waiting for Toronto to get over the hump for quite some time now. With their prospective window beginning to close, the Raptors are in need of a big-time acquisition. How much bigger can you get than DeAndre Jordan? Ibaka and Jordan patrolling the paint with Lowry and DeRozan operating from the outside would make for a furious starting four that no one should want a piece of.

4. Milwaukee Bucks

In order for the Bucks to acquire a guy like DeAndre Jordan, who's been one of the best bigs in the game over the course of the last few seasons, they're going to have to part ways with some young talent. The Clippers should be entering into a rebuild, so acquiring some young Bucks from Milwaukee would certainly be in their best interests as well. Although, I'm sure the Bucks don't really want to get rid of Brogdon for just one year of Jordan (assuming he signs elsewhere in the offseason).

3. Washington Wizards

The Wizards have perpetually been in dire need of a game-changing big for a couple of seasons now, and Jordan may very well be the answer to that very issue. Washington may have to give up a couple core pieces to get him, but with the development of Otto Porter and Kelly Oubre being right on schedule, the Wiz should be able to afford the hit.

2. Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavs championship window is open right now, and they need another big time force down low. Tristan Thompson has begun to show some signs of slippage, and Cleveland can ill-afford to wait for him to get back on track like a team like the Clippers could. Acquiring Jordan now would inch them that much closer to being on the level of the Warriors.

1. Houston Rockets

The Rockets look like they're a superstar away from being truly being a Finals favorite. Though they currently hold the best record in the West, hardly anyone is picking them to unseed Golden State. However, if they have DeAndre Jordan roaming in the paint, that could truly change everything. And with Chris Paul and James Harden controlling the ball, they'll be sure to find Jordan often.