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Athletes are always trying to invest in something or do anything to help their portfolio’s grow. Some are smarter than others, and that’s why some will never be on an episode of “Broke.”
Clippers point guard Chris Paul seems to have quite the bit of intelligence with him, so I have no doubt his latest off the court venture should succeed.
Ball Don’t Lie is reporting that Paul has partnered with Avon, to produce his own fragrance called untouchable.
Avon Products, Inc. today announced that Los Angeles Clippers basketball star Chris Paul will be joining the company’s team as the face of a new men’s fragrance, Untouchable. A legend in the making, Paul –husband, proud father of two and founder of the CP3 Foundation – represents the future of basketball and the power of the will to win. The new scent will capture the thrill of hitting the court when the crowd is going wild, sinking the game-winning shot and bringing home victory.
“The drive to win is what gets me out of bed every morning,” explains Paul. “This new scent with Avon will capture the competitive attitude that motivates me to play my best on and off the court.” [...]
Untouchable will launch Father’s Day 2013 and will feature Chris Paul and his son, Christopher Emmanuel II, in brochure. The fragrance will be available for $25 exclusively through Avon Representatives.
Now I won’t lie and say I didn’t own Michael Jordan cologne when I was coming up, because I did. I think the Avon partnership was smart as well.
The cologne won’t cost an arm and a leg in a department store, and I believe Derek Jeter has his own cologne line with Avon.
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It would be really easy to make a joke here about the Clippers stinking. But they’re actually good this year, so instead we’re going to make a joke about how Avon is something that our moms sell each other over lunch when they’re not having Tupperware parties.
Anyway, Chris Paul is now at the celebrity star basketball player level where he gets to have his own perfume — er...
Chris Paul has teamed up with AVON as the face of a new men’s fragrance, Untouchable. According to the beauty brand, “the new scent will capture the thrill of hitting the court when the crowd is going wild, sinking the game-winning shot and bringing home victory.”
Chris Paul describes the scent comparing it to his competitive nature: “The drive to win is what gets me out...
Funny? Sure, but this is why no one takes the Knicks seriously as contenders.
When you are losing the game, you might want to focus on what you need to make a comeback, not silly shenanigans. Not a big deal, but tells you a little bit about the mind set of the Knicks.
Are they happy to be just good in regular season or are they going to be real killers when the post season starts...
The Clippers will be gambling their future with Chris Paul regardless of whether they make a deadline trade.
Success smells great T…
Avon Products, Inc. today announced that Los Angeles Clippers basketball star Chris Paul will be joining the company’s team as the face of a new men’s fragrance, Untouchable. “The drive to win is what gets me out of bed every morning,” explains Paul. “This new scent with Avon will capture the competitive attitude that motivates me to play my best...
Both Blake Griffin and Chris Paul have missed recent games do to injury. CP3 is always very dapper in his attire. For tonight’s game the Western Conference Captain of NBA All-Star Saturday night, took advantage of the Miami weather and opted for lighter hues in his slacks and shirt selection. Layered with his signature blazer. No tie, but a pocket square to top off the look....
J.R. Smith clowns Chris Paul’s halftime interview by attacking him with a towel during Sunday’s matinee game:
Chris Paul and the Clippers didn’t let a 111-89 loss to the Heat stop them from enjoying the Miami night life on Friday night. Dwyane Wade showed CP3 and teammates a good time at Room Service and Club Play where they partied with Kevin Hart and celebrated DJ Clue’s birthday.
Dwyane Wade’s Miami Heat red McLaren:
The Los Angeles Clippers are getting healthier. The Miami Heat are fighting the flu.
Chauncey Billups, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin returned to the Clippers' lineup on Friday night, when the Pacific Division leaders visited the reigning NBA champion Heat - who were without Ray Allen and Chris Bosh, both sidelined by an illness that has been going around the team.
MIAMI (AP) Chauncey Billups, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers are returning from injuries to play against the Miami Heat on Friday night.
Meanwhile, the reigning NBA champions will be without Ray Allen and Chris Bosh, both sidelined with the flu.
Billups has appeared in only three games this season and has been most recently bothered by left foot tendinitis...
The five starters who walked on the court Friday night in Miami were a welcome sight for the Clippers.
The game was not.
It will take some time for Chris Paul, Chauncey Billups and Blake Griffin to get their legs under them and find a rhythm as a unit. Right now, they're as rusty as an old tire iron.
But the good news is that they're all back, and so is reserve guard Jamal...
If you’re tuning into Friday’s televised primetime matchup between the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Clippers there’s a few names that should be on your mind.
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Stephen Curry has decided to participate in the 3-Point Shootout after originally believed to be leaning against it.
Curry goes up against Ryan Anderson (Hornets), Matt Bonner (Spurs), Paul George (Pacers), Kyrie Irving (Cavs) and Steve Novak (Knicks) in next Saturday’s competition.
This season, when he’s not shimmy shaking or being mauled by Kirk Hinrich’s bear nails, Curry...
The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers could be battling fatigue as much as each other Sunday.
Both teams were unable to get out of town immediately after their previous games because of the massive storm in the Northeast ahead of this matchup at Madison Square Garden.
New York (32-16) stayed in Minnesota after a 100-94 victory Friday and Los Angeles (35-17) remained in Miami...