J.J. Redick Gives Clippers' Offseason an 'F' After Losing DeAndre Jordan

J.J. Redick Gives Clippers' Offseason an 'F' After Losing DeAndre Jordan
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The Los Angeles Clippers had one big priority to deal with this offseason, and they dropped the ball.

That means their offseason has been a giant failure, at least according to Clippers guard J.J. Redick.

DeAndre Jordan spent the first seven seasons of his career in Los Angeles. After emerging as a star over the past few seasons, the big man set himself up for a big payday this offseason. According to Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times, Jordan has agreed to a four-year, $80 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks.

Losing Jordan will undoubtedly be a big blow for Lob City, and Redick isn't downplaying the loss. While on SiriusXM Bleacher Report Radio's B/R Spotlight show (Sirius 93, XM 208) on Tuesday, Redick told Nicole Zaloumis and Ric Bucher that he would give the Clippers' offseason an "F."