Found July 11, 2013 on
That NBA Lottery Pick:
Yesterday, Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul officially signed his new five-year contract with the team worth up to 107 million dollars.
The Clippers posted a photo on their Twitter page of Chris signing the contract along with his son, Chris Paul the 3rd looking over the specific terms of the deal:
.@CP3 is back! #ClipperNation pic.twitter.com/a6KyhBMK7v
— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) July 10, 2013
BEST OF MAXIM
Reggie Bullock UNC(photo credit heraldsun.com) The thing about a draft in any sport is that your feeling about a team’s pick as happens is quite different from the feeling you have a week or two later due to the media perceptions and what have you. My feeling towards the Los Angeles Clippers selection of Reggie Bullock with the 25th pick overall has remained constant, and that...
PLAYA VISTA, Calif. -- This could have been about Chris Paul. Really, it should have been about Chris Paul.
But that idea didn't fly; in fact, just the opposite. If anyone was going to receive special attention on Wednesday, it was going to be everyone.
So when the Clippers held their news conference on Wednesday to announce their newly signed players, Paul sat in the back...
Chris Paul wasted little time signing his new five-year, $107 million contract with the Los Angeles Clippers early on Wednesday morning, shortly after the NBA lifted its moratorium on free-agent signings.
Paul tweeted out this photo of the pen hitting the paper:
. @CP3 is back! #ClipperNation pic.twitter.com/a6KyhBMK7v
-- Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) July 10, 2013
BLAKE IS BOLD
Los Angeles Clippers superstar Blake Griffin claims he doesn't concern himself with the perception that he's soft, saying, "It’s not something that I dwell on."
LAS VEGAS Doc Rivers leans toward the side of the bleachers. He isn't coming down. He'll be mobbed if he does, and he's just here at summer league for two games. Below him, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin mingle, Paul leaning up to joke with his new coach.
Eventually, Monty Williams appears from behind one of the curtains that at summer league function as locker room...
The NBA's free agency moratorium ended Tuesday night, allowing teams to officially make the transactions and free agent signings they have talked about since Draft night and July 1.
The NBA has set the salary cap at $58.679 million and the luxury tax at $71.748 million.
Action happened immediately Tuesday night as Chris Paul and J.J. Redick inked their deals with the...
Just about every NBA team would like Dwight Howard.
Only the Houston Rockets could get him, and on Wednesday some of his other suitors either announced their backup plans or were still working on them.
Paul Millsap is headed to Atlanta. The Dallas Mavericks are considering Andrew Bynum. The Golden State Warriors have acquired Andre Iguodala.
The Los Angeles Clippers never had...
Clippers VP of Basketball Operations Gary Sacks sat with our Joe McDonnell to discuss Wednesday's news conference, player evaluations, future of the franchise and more.
It was a packed house for the Clippers on Wednesday, as the team re-introduced Chris Paul, Matt Barnes and Ryan Hollins, and officially announced the arrival of J.J. Redick, Jared Dudley and Darren Collison....