Nets & # 39; DeAndre Jordan: Attacking with small balls is not a trend


The rockets are getting small, but Net's Big Man DeAndre Jordan doesn't see it as the next big thing in the NBA.

Houston launched 6-foot 5-striker P. J. Tucker in the middle after trading with Clint Capela for Atlanta before the close, and defeated the Lakers 41 points behind Russell Westbrook in Los Angeles on Thursday night.

Jordan, a former all-star center of the Clippers, doesn't think this will become a new trend in the entire league.

"I don't care. I'm interested in the networks. I'm on this team right now," said Jordan after training. "A team does that. Is that the direction of the NBA?

"I only say that if one out of 30 teams gets small, it doesn't mean that everyone else does. I don't care and I don't agree with this statement."

Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot
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The Nets have signed Swingman Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot to sign a two-year contract after his second 10-day contract expired on Tuesday.

The 6: 7 Frenchman shoots 43.1 percent from 3 points in 25 appearances this season.

"I was really excited. I sent him a text yesterday, "Do I'm worth it". You deserve it. You really deserve it, ”said Nets coach Kenny Atkinson. "He wrote me a message in French, which was nice." I appreciate you, coach. "So we had a nice exchange.

“It benefits our international players and I like that. It fits the style. We play an international style and it fits. And he deserved it. And not just to say that he shot it well. I think what impresses the coaches the most is the question of whether he will defend at this level? Will he give you the grit at this level? He did so it was just a consensus [GM] Sean [Marks]We really wanted to continue with this guy. "