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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 Clippers. Josh Smith is set to be introduced to the media in Detroit later Wednesday. And the Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce trade to Brooklyn was completed as well.
It is also brings up the very real tax bills for the heavy spenders in the NBA. They have until June 30, 2014 to get below the tax line or pay the dollar-for-dollar tax or super tax, as the case may be, owed for being over that amount.
According to ShamSports.com, the Lakers led the league in tax payments last year, paying $29.3 million for their roster that finished seventh in the West. After losing Dwight Howard, the Lakers likely will ...
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Chris Paul officially put pen to paper on Tuesday night, signing a five-year, $107 million deal to remain with the Los Angeles Clippers.
With the departure of Eric Bledsoe, the Los Angeles Clippers were faced with a dilemma requiring them to find a replacement for one of the most explosive players in the league at the point guard position, one of the most vital roles on an NBA roster. A team facing this ordeal usually searches for a “serviceable” guy who can give you good enough minutes to get by and hold the...
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...
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...
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
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Los Angeles Clippers star player Chris Paul celebrates his contract signing with dinner at BOA Steakhouse with his wife followed by a night out at Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood. With Kobe coming back from that devastating Achilles injury, at this very moment, CP3 is the best baller in L.A. — To SEE more PICS continue reading.-TO
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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."
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Los Angeles Clipper star Chris Paul and Olympic G.O.A.T. Michael Phelps got together yesterday for a round of golf at Sherwood country club for the Chris Paul Foundation Charity golf tournament — CP3 also invited Stuart Scott, Anthony Anderson, Cedric the Entertainer and even Cliff Paul to help raise money for his foundation. To SEE more PICS continue reading...
Sometimes one of the best parts of a play is the way the team’s bench reacts. Check out some of the best ones from the 2012-2013 season!I want the “best dunks of the year” video description to be worded exactly like that.Sometimes dunks are one of the best plays. Here are a bunch of dunks!Anyway, as the first blockquote says, the NBA put together a compilation (a supercut...
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....