The NBA world seemingly just can't stop talking about the Cleveland Cavaliers. After an exciting offseason for the Cavs, it seems that the regular season so far has also been pretty exciting too.

The defending Eastern Conference champions started off the season slowly, but they've been playing some great basketball as of late. In fact, the Cavaliers are now on a seven-game winning streak as they hold the third spot in the Eastern Conference standings. But even though they've performed well on the court, the Cavaliers are having some issues off the court, including several injuries to their key players [VIDEO].

With that being said, the Cavs seem to be looking for ways to improve their roster via trades before the trade deadline in February.

One of the players the Cavaliers are very interested in is DeAndre Jordan.

Jordan teaming up with LeBron?

It's no secret that the Los Angeles Clippers are ready to part ways with their All-Star center DeAndre Jordan. The Clippers drafted Jordan in the second round in the 2008 NBA Draft, and the 6-foot-11 center has played great over the past few years in Los Angeles.

This season, Jordan is averaging 10.2 points, 13.9 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game while shooting 65 percent from the field. But, according to Cleveland.com's Joe Vardon, Jordan's days in Los Angeles might be over. Apparently, the Cleveland Cavaliers have shown strong interest in acquiring the 29-year-old Jordan and it seems the Clippers would be ready to make the deal.

There are plenty of pieces the Cavaliers could offer [VIDEO] to the Clippers in exchange for DeAndre, and one of them is Tristan Thompson.

Joe Vardon reported that the Cavs wouldn't mind sending Thompson to Los Angeles, but would it be enough? The Cavaliers could also offer their 2018 first-round draft pick from Brooklyn, but it looks like the Clippers want more for their All-Star center.

Are the Clippers asking for too much?

Sam Amico of Amicohoops.net reported that, even though the Cavaliers are ready to send Tristan Thompson to the Clippers, the Clippers want more than that. Amico wrote in his report that, other than Thompson, Doc Rivers' squad would want to get another guard from the Cavaliers in the deal. This is understandable, considering all the injuries the Clippers are facing as well, especially the most recent Patrick Beverly injury.

This could mean that the Cavaliers would have to include Iman Shumpert in the deal, but would it be too much? Tristan Thompson and Iman Shumpert in exchange for DeAndre Jordan? The Cavaliers believe that acquiring DeAndre Jordan would reduce the gap between themselves and the Golden State Warriors, but are they ready to give up these two players in exchange? We'll see.