If the Kings are unable to re-sign Samuel Dalembert, perhaps orchestrating some sort of sign-and-trade for Jordan would be possible.
I know it is highly unlikely the Kings would be able to pry Jordan away from the Clippers as he played very well alongside Blake Griffin, but if the Kings throw more money at him than LA would be willing to match, perhaps some sort of swap could be worked out.
Jason Thompson and a second-round pick/some asset for Jordan maybe?
Just spit-balling, but considering he would fill a serious void that Dalembert will leave when he most likely decides not to re-sign, Jordan would be the ideal replacement.
Signing someone like Marc Gasol or Nene would be great pickups, but I would think Memphis will match any offer Gasol is given and Nene would probably prefer to sign with a big market team or stay in Denver for the right price.
Jordan is an outside shot, but he may be the best option the Kings have, and I am not opposed to making a run at him.
Or perhaps the Clippers would be interested in dealing Chris Kaman?
He is often injured and isn't exactly the athletic big I would want, but he has one year left and perhaps the Clippers would like to clear some more salary in order to retain DeAndre Jordan and sign some other players. Plus, any issue of him and Jordan splitting playing time would be eradicated.
If he is healthy, Kaman is one of the better centers in the league. He can score with both hands around the basket, is a great rebounder and a solid defensive player and good shot blocker. He might be worth the gamble.
Perhaps someone like Brandan Wright could also be snagged for a low asking price if all else fails. He's an oft-injured post player with scoring ability and rebounding and also very athletic.