DeAndre Jordan has indicated to the Los Angeles Clippers that he will back out of his deal with the Dallas Mavericks to remain with the team.

Jordan signed a four-year max contract worth $87.7 million with a player option for Year 4 in which he can become a free agent again in 2019.

The Clippers announced the deal shortly after midnight EST with the moratorium lifted.

Jordan reached out to Doc Rivers on Monday expressing regret on his decision and several members of the Clippers met with him in Houston on Wednesday.

The Mavericks fear Mark Cuban will not be able to get a meeting with Jordan. Tim MacMahon of ESPN reports Jordan won't even take a phone call from Cuban or Chandler Parsons.

According to Ken Berger of CBS Sports, the Mavericks have conceded that Jordan will not sign with them.

Moving on and "hitting reset button," source says.

The Clippers will stay with Jordan at his house until he signs his new contract.