Source: Ramona Shelburne / ESPN
The teams have no plans to speak again, the sources said, and the Clippers are preparing to move on and hire a coach this week.
The Boston Globe, meanwhile, tweeted that Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge confirmed that the talks between the teams had ended.
The talks broke down Tuesday morning when the Clippers “refused to budge” on Boston’s latest proposal that asked for DeAndre Jordan, straight up for Garnett, and two first-round draft picks as compensation for allowing Rivers out of the final three-years and $21 million of his contract.
The Clippers will now go forward with second interviews of Byron Scott on Tuesday and Brian Shaw on Wednesday, where each will meet with owner Donald Sterling. Lionel Hollins had a two-day interview in which he met with Sterling last week.
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