The beef between Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan appears to be over

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Back in the summer of 2015, DeAndre Jordan made all the headlines as he went back and forth over a decision to sign with the Dallas Mavericks.

It appeared as though Mavs owner Mark Cuban had finally got his man when the All-NBA First Team center verbally agreed to join the Western Conference rivals.

However, Jordan would eventually renege on his decision and after some persuasion from franchise player, Chris Paul, he remained in Los Angeles to keep the big three, with Blake Griffin, in tact.

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Jordan was said to have originally wanted to leave because of his relationship with CP3 and he was especially tired of being on the receiving end of the point guard's complaints.

Although he ultimately stayed, the duo were still reportedly far from best friends.

But, according to Hoops Hype, the rumors of Paul and Jordan having any issues was dispelled when they participated together in a court refurbishing at the Boys & Girls Club in Carson, Calif, this weekend.

Paul originally was supposed to dedicate the court by himself, but Jordan made a surprise appearance and the two teamed up with students, who were assigned to use their computers to answer trivia questions.

The pair of Olympic gold medallists went on to participate in a basketball clinic along with former Clipper Lamond Murray, now 43.

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