“Doc Rivers, you had one job!” – J.J. Redick, probably.

According to the LA Clippers’ sharpshooter, Rivers and the rest of the front-office failed miserably this summer, as they helplessly watched coveted free agent center DeAndre Jordan bolt to the rival Dallas Mavericks.

But it wasn’t all bad news for the Clips—they did manage to trade for Lance Stephenson, inked Paul Pierce to a three-year deal, unveiled wildly unpopular new uniforms … and, well, nevermind:

The Los Angeles Clippers had one big priority to deal with this offseason, and they dropped the ball.

 

That means their offseason has been a giant failure, at least according to Clippers guard J.J. Redick.

 

Losing Jordan will undoubtedly be a big blow for Lob City, and Redick isn’t downplaying the loss. While on Bleacher Report Radio on Tuesday, Redick told Nicole Zaloumis that he would give the Clippers’ offseason an “F.”