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Imagine you singed some ridiculous $150 million NBA contract and needed a house. Where would you buy? How many square feet would you need? Would you install air conditioning in the dog’s house? Would you personalize the bottom of your pool?
These are serious questions your favorite NBA all star has to answer.
12,000 square feet seems to be just the correct amount of space for most of these guys. Chris Paul is just 6-0, but has 12,184 to spread out. Chris Bostrich, 6-11, has this California mansion with over 10,000 sq. ft.
What can LeBron afford on South Beach after making over $100 million in salary during his career? Look inside, below.
Player: Chris Bosh House Specs: 6 bed., 8 bath; 10,755 sq. ft. Status: For Rent
Player: Tony Parker House Specs: 5 bed, 4.5 bath; 4,556 sq. ft. Status: For Sale
Player: Chris Paul House Specs: 8 bed, 10.5 bath; 12,184 sq. ft. Status: Lives in it
Player: LeBron James House Specs: Wine cellar, guesthouse, views! Status:...
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Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a State Farm commercial starring Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul where he appears as himself and his fictional twin brother, Cliff Paul.The first commercial was so popular that State Farm made a second one which can be seen in the below video:If you happened to miss the first one, we've posted that below:(Courtesy of Kevin Burke Project)
Jada Paul and Savannah Brinson decided to skip All-Star weekend and celebrate Jada’s 29th birthday on Catalina Island. Mrs. Chris Paul and the future Mrs. LeBron spent the weekend zip lining, parasailing and hanging out. Check out a few photos.
Looks like the ladies are having an amazing weekend.
photos via Instagram @Jada_AP
State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.”
This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” installment originally aired on Christmas Day, which has garnered over 645,000 views on YouTube and a @CliffPaul twitter account that has almost 11,0000 followers.
Check out your official BSO...
The Los Angeles Clippers beat the Los Angeles Lakers last night. The Clippers beat the slumping Lakers by a 24 point margin. The Clippers are playing great team basketball, something the Lakers have forgotten about. Great team work is what powered the Clippers past the Lakers in the game. Chris Paul led the Clippers in scoring with 24 points and Blake Griffin had 22 and if that wasn’t...
Despite having a better record than their Staples Center neighbors (Los Angeles Lakers), clinching the season series for the first time in 20 years and handing them a 24 point beatdown before the All-Star break, Los Angeles Clippers point guard, Chris Paul still isn't convinced.
The Clippers have been the talk of the NBA for most of the season but Paul won't have none...
State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.” This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” [...]
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Chris Paul had 24 points and 13 assists, Blake Griffin scored 18
of his 22 points in a spectacular first quarter, and the Clippers
cemented their supremacy in Los Angeles with a 125-101 victory over
the Lakers on Thursday night.
Duke or North Carolina? Both schools have storied traditions, outstanding coaches, and an atmosphere that other colleges can only dream of. Both schools figured that would be enough to bring Chris Paul into their basketball programs. Then Skip Prosser had something to say about it. “Wake Forest beat Duke after a big game, and I was a junior or senior in high school,” Paul said...
QUITE THE GATHERING
Michael Jordan celebrated his 50th birthday during NBA All-Star weekend in Houston, and there was no shortage of superstars and celebrities. Here are some photos.
You may have forgotten that back in December of 2011, the Lakers and Hornets all but had a deal in place that would have sent Chris Paul to the Lakers to team up with Kobe Bryant. That’s until the deal was vetoed by the NBA.
But with all the struggles the Lakers have had since then, you always knew that Kobe Bryant wouldn’t forget. Why? Because the NBA quite possibly may have...
It wouldn't be a week here at That NBA Lottery Pick without an amazing dunk from the fine folks with the Los Angeles Clippers.In their Wednesday night victory against the Houston Rockets, center DeAndre Jordan skied high for alley-oop from teammate Chris Paul and threw down a nasty one-handed jam:For bonus DeAndre Jordan dunk, check out this steal of Houston center Omer Asik...
The Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz share "mutual interest" in a swap of Eric Bledsoe for Paul Millsap, according to ESPN.
Bledsoe's availability depends on who you talk with. Per ESPN:
Although two sources with knowledge of the Clippers' thinking
insisted during All-Star Weekend that Bledsoe would not be moved in
coming days and strongly predicted...