DeAndre Jordan and the Clippers played in Dallas after a crazy summer. Jordan had an eventful offseason after agreeing to play for the Mavericks, an emoji war, people "holding him hostage," and ultimately changing his mind and staying in Los Angeles. The city of Dallas prepared for him as only they could. First it was in the paper:
If that wasn't enough, when Jordan was introduced at the game, the inevitable boos started (and never ended). That's when commentator Jeff Van Gundy gave his two cents on the city of Dallas and how it's so quick to cheer Cowboys star Greg Hardy. Van Gundy made it clear that all Jordan did was change his mind while Hardy was found guilty on charges of domestic abuse.