Found December 07, 2011 on
Lakers, Warriors, Clippers leading race for Chris Paul - Sam Amick - SI.com via kwout
The Celtics may have felt that they could convince Chris Paul to stay here if he just gave it a shot, but it might just be time to accept the fact that he won't even entertain the thought.
More disturbing at the moment is the suddent interjection of th Lakers as a contender in this. Like what we need after all the Rondo rumors is to have the Lakers be the team to get Chris Paul.
Just go to the Clippers already, dammit
(h/t Celtics Blog)
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