Found July 03, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Los Angeles Clippers: Chris Paul Signing Grade By Brandon Hartman: HoopStuff Senior Writer… Chris Paul’s contract: 5 years, 107 million max deal - Doc Rivers must be smiling. Two weeks ago, he was looking at a rebuilding year with an aging Boston squad, a rebuild that would have taken a whole lot of work to turn things around and could have even tarnished his resume if things went too badly. Fast forward two weeks later and here he is now, probably sitting back on a nice sofa, trying to figure out how he arrived in Lob City, a team that now will remain in contention for a title, as they bring back their All Star point guard. As expected, the magical Chris Paul will be back in Los Angeles, signing a max contract to keep him with the Clippers for the next five years. He is undoubtedly a top NBA point guard, if not the very best at his position and resigning him is huge for the Clippers’ franchise. Without Paul, there was a serious possibility of the Clippers reverting back to their lo...
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