Found November 02, 2011 on
We all know Chris Paul is one of the smartest point guards in the NBA, but sadly those skills don’t translate to the game show circuit. Much like his role on the New Orleans Hornets, CP3 led his team into battle in a 5-on-5 grudge match, but this time it was against 5 women from Massachusetts playing The Family Feud. Unfortunately for the Paul’s, they got trounced by the O’Hara family and the survey said it wasn’t even close.
If you watch the video, Paul puts up some pretty poor answers for his team. Apparently you don’t want anyone to see your wallet and you don’t want a woman to know you’re wearing a “musk.” As a veteran watcher of “The Feud,” it was clear to me that CP3 didn’t prepare for this. I’m not sure what excuse he has though, it’s not like he had a game to get to.
The whole thing is a really nice story though. Chris Paul’s family got on the show the same way any other family would and they were playing for charity. But maybe next time they should give the home versio
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You've seen Chris Paul on such shows as the NBA on TNT, the NBA All Star game, the NBA Playoffs. And when dropping dimes and picking pockets on the basketball floor, he's sitting on the couch enjoying himself some Steve Harvey and Family Feud. These days, he's enjoying himself a lot of Steve Harvey and Family Feud.Paul and family appeared on Tuesday's show. Shockingly...
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Chris Paul and Family recently appeared on the game show, Family Feud. One of the survey questions asked by host Steve Harvey was, “What is it a man might not want a woman he’s hitting on to know he’s wearing? CP3′s answer, “Musk” ::blank stare:: Ok, what??
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New Orleans Hornets point guard Chris Paul was on Family Feud...
Chris Paul does not want you to see his wallet. That is just one of the things we learned from Paul’s trip to Family Feud, which he did play with his family for charity. Aside that, the other big take away from this video is that Chris Paul is much better at basketball than Family…
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“We’re real competitive and we like games,” said Robin Paul, mother of New Orleans Hornets star Chris Paul and matriarch of the battling Pauls, matched up against the O’Haras on the syndicated game show “Family Feud.” “Everybody who knows us as a family knows we love games. “We all are competitive. Very, very, very.”
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