The Los Angeles Clippers have called off trade talks with the Boston Celtics on a deal involving Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett.
The Celtics were seeking DeAndre Jordan and two future first round picks in exchange for the right to hire Rivers as head coach and Garnett.
The Clippers will move forward with their coaching search with Byron Scott meeting with Donald Sterling on Tuesday and Brian Shaw on Wednesday.
The Celtics were insistent on Eric Bledsoe's inclusion earlier in the talks.
Danny Ainge has confirmed to the Boston Globe that talks with the Clippers are dead.
Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Clippers had "cold feet" on the financial aspects of the deal. The Clippers refused to give in to the Celtics' demands for a second first round pick, but Rivers' $35 million contract over five seasons and Jordan's $3 million trade kicker proved too expensive.
ESPN's Chris Broussard reported late on Tuesday that a source categorized the talks as "stalled."
"Never say anything is completely dead in NBA," said the source. "But the Clippers are not looking to revisit right now."