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Chris Paul's annual charity all-star game will tip-off in Winston-Salem, N.C. tonight. Scheduled to play are D-Wade, Melo, Lebron, Durantula and more, according to WSSU's athletics website.
The game will take place at Winston-Salem State's C.E. Gaines Center and all proceeds will go to charity. Tip-off is scheduled for 7pm. I know there were some issues with the stream of last night's game in Atlanta, so let's hope tonight we get a better feed. The game will be shown on IHigh.com. Marc Spears tweeted earlier in the week that Rudy Gay, John Wall, Stephen Curry & JR Smith were among other players that would be there. If so, this is definitely the biggest concentration of stars/superstars to be on the floor at one time this "offseason".
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As the NBA lockout has no end in sight, NBA players have been playing in summer league, pick up, and charity games to keep busy. This was no different this weekend as many NBA stars got together in Winston Salem, North Carolina. The game was hosted by Chris Paul, and the proceeds from the game went to Paul’s charity.
LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, John Wall, Rudy Gay and...
Here are the highlights of a 3 minute span where the game went absolutely crazy. Here is the sequence where LeBron James, John Wall, Kevin Durant, and Dwayne Wade had the crowd on their feet for quite a bit. This game was The CP3 Foundation game in Winston-Salem, NC which was played on Saturday. Enjoy:
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In an exhibition game played at Winston Salem State University last night, Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson teamed up “competitively” for the first time since going 1st and 4th overall to the Cavaliers in this past June’s Draft. Irving went for 21 points on 9 of 17 shooting for the night, and Thompson finished with 4 points and 4 rebounds.
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Chris Paul hosted a charity game to benefit a the CP3 Foundation on Saturday October 1st in North Carolina. Some of the participants in the game included Kevin Durant, LeBron James, John Wall. Here are some of the top plays from the game: Some nice dunks in the mix there, but as Durant tweeted recently [...]
Chris Paul held his charity hoops event on October 1st in North Carolina. Players participating included LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant, JR Smith, John Wall, Rudy Gay and others. Held at Winston-Salem State in front of a sold out crowd of 3,200 people, Chris Paul also donated $25,000 to the school. The game was live streamed (free of charge) on CP3′s site.
We already gave you a pair of crazy dunks from both LeBron James and John Wall, but now we’ve got a full highlight reel from Chris Paul’s charity game last night, courtesy of our homies at BallisLife. James, Wall, Paul, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, Rudy Gay, Josh Selby, Kyrie Irving, Steph Curry, JR Smith, Mario Chalmers all participated in what appears to...
NBA labor negotiations round two begin again this morning but one thing is clear, the superstars are taking their roles as mentors seriously. Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James are encouraging players to stand together at 53% (the number that the union is willing to drop to for the players share of the BRI, down from the previous 57%) The owners are said to still be stuck...
To benefit his CP3 Foundation. Chris Paul hosted a charity game and invited his friends that can dunk really, really well to play like LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant, John Wall, Rudy Gay, Kyrie Irving, and JR Smith. I’m glad they all received their invites on time.
In an all-star game that featured the brightest of NBA stars, it was North Carolina-native John Wall making a return to his home state for Chris Paul’s all-star game at Winston-Salem State University this weekend that stole the show. Sure, LeBron had his head parallel with the rim on a couple of reverse dunks, but...Read the Rest...
The NBA and the players’ union had a seven-hour bargaining session on Saturday that didn’t appear to get the sides much closer to reaching a deal that would ending the lockout, but Chris Paul showed that he probably should get more involved in labor negotiations with his ability to convince many of the league’s best players to come to Winston-Salem, N.C.
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Chris Paul hosted his first charity pickup game at Winston-Salem State that included LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony.
With the NBA season up in the air, two of the league's most hated players may actually be gaining popularity, at least by their Players Association peers, after making bold statements and stances in the labor meeting on Friday.
"400 guys in our league have a new favorite player tonight, and its Mr. D-Wade," AP writer Tim Reynolds tweeted, quoting an NBA player not in...
We'll be showing the live stream of tonight's star studded exhibition in Winston-Salem, NC. Some of the players scheduled to participate include Chris Paul, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and John Wall.
Check back at 7PM EST for the game.
No, seriously! When I first heard the laugh, I was like, "Who turned on Boomerang in this gymnasium?" because that laugh sounded straight out of an episode of "Wacky Races." And then I turned around and saw that it was not Muttley, but was in fact you, LeBron James, and I couldn't believe it. It's good to know that when you're not playing in the...