Found December 13, 2011 on LA Times:
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Clippers pull out of proposed deal with Hornets for Chris Paul, one of NBA's top point guards, because they felt price was too high. But they win waiver auction for Billups, who was let go by Knicks.Clippers pull out of proposed deal with Hornets for Chris Paul, one of NBA's top point guards, because they felt price was too high. But they win waiver auction for Billups, who was let go by Knicks.
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