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On Saturday, Chris Paul hosted the Top Spin Charity After-Party at Tao Nightclub in Las Vegas with a little help from fellow NBA ballers/Jordan Brand members, Carmelo Anthony & Russell Westbrook. Earlier that night, CP3 won the TopSpin Charity Ping Pong Tournament which was also attended by Andre Iguodala, Kenny Smith, Jerry Stackhouse, Kyrie Irving, Mike Conley, Jr., Royal Ivey, Greg Oden, Al-Farouq Aminu and more.
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New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony was dressed accordingly for the summer season, as he was recently spied front row at the USA Basketball showcase. Melo was dressed casually in a stripe crew neck tee, worn with light blue $88 Bonobos chinos, and a pair of custom Knicks colored Air Jordan 5 “Melo” sneakers. Are you a fan of his look?
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Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and Carmelo Anthony are traveling the Far East with the Air Jordan Flight Tour. The three NBA superstars stopped in Taiwan to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before The Brother Elephants of New Taipei City played a game.
The three NBAers didn’t embarrass themselves but both Anthony and Paul balked while Blake Griffin fired a strike.
Chris Paul is leaning toward playing int he 2016 Olympics after previously indicating that he would bypass the games.
Mike Krzyzewski was expected to not return as head coach of USA Basketball, but was convinced to commit to another run.
"If it had been another coach than Coach K, I was prepared to be done," Paul said.
USA will also have Derrick Rose, Kyrie Irving, Russell...
Chris Paul hosted the TopSpin Charity Ping Pong Tournament Charity event in Las Vegas over the weekend – an event that will benefit TopSpin charity, the Jump for Joy Foundation and the Chris Paul Foundation. The tournament, which was won by CP3, was headlined by NBA players, Kyrie Irving, Michael Conley, Andre Iguodala, Greg Oden and more. Chris Paul celebrated his victory later...
Carmelo Anthony will have the chance to leave the Knicks after the season, so they may give him some incentives to stay.
Is Chris Paul considering a return to the Olympics?
The Los Angeles Clippers point guard told ESPN.com that he is now considering playing in the 2016 Olympics.
Why? Because Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is returning to coach the team.
Paul has been a member of two gold-medal runs with the team, in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics.
Will he try to go for a third when the Games head to Rio...
The New York Knicks see the writing on the wall, and in an effort to prevent their biggest star from walking, the Knicks reportedly are willing to allow that star in on the decision-making.
Hoopsworld is reporting that the Knicks are so desperate to prevent Carmelo Anthony from leaving, that they are willing to allow him to pick which free agents the team should pursue in 2015....
Team USA recently held a minicamp in Las Vegas, to figure out which crop of young guns, will take over when LeBron, Kobe, Carmelo and a few other hang up their U.S.A. Basketball jersey’s for good.
A few, like Kevin Durant and Kevin Love or all in for the next go round. For some like Chris Paul, it’s a wait and see situation.
ESPN.com is reporting that Paul is leaning towards...
Chris Paul has changed his mind and is leaning toward playing in the 2016 Olympics.
The Los Angeles Clippers point guard who was on the 2008 and 2012 gold medal teams said he was leaning heavily toward bypassing the 2016 Games -- until Duke's Mike Krzyzewski announced he was returning to coach the team.
"If it had been another coach than Coach K I was prepared to be done...
Los Angeles Clippers: Best and Worst Moves of the Offseason
By Brandon Hartman: Vp of Content and Senior Writer at Hoopstuff
Best Move: Adding Doc Rivers as Head Coach
First, of course resigning Chris Paul is the Clippers’ off season gem so far. You would be one heck of a writer to convince anyone that getting perhaps the number one point guard in the league to commit to a team...
This hasn't been the best summer for the New York Knicks. Their new cross-town rivals, the Brooklyn Nets, made a huge splash with the acquisitions of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Andrei Kirilenko while Knicks brought in Andrea Bargnani. James Dolan was again made to look like a vindictive fool with the revelation that he had threatened to trade Iman Shumpert over a refusal...
The New York Knicks seem to see the writing on the wall that I pointed out awhile ago pertaining to how Carmelo Anthony could end up leaving the team if he opts out after next season. According to Hoopsworld, it has prompted them to give Carmelo full control over which players the team will be [...]
Turn On The Knicks is happy to announce we have added Aaron Jacobs to our writing staff for the 2013-2014 NBA Season. Make sure to give Aaron a follow on Twitter and check out his debut piece below.
Since the start of the 2013-2014 NBA offseason the New York Knicks have been surprisingly active in looking for ways to better the team. With roughly $58 million dollars committed to...