Found December 17, 2011 on
Life has been kind to Chris Paul in his first few days living under the sunny southern California sky. It will get a whole lot better once he's able to take the court with his teammates for the first time.
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There are no shortcuts to success for all-star point guard Chris Paul. He takes his job of being an NBA player seriously. He works tediously at every nuance of the game. He prepares physically and mentally.
The Clippers had their first scrimmage — and Chris Paul’s second ever practice with the team — on Sunday and Clipper fans were ecstatic. As they should be. By all reports Paul looked pretty good but like a guy trying to find his way on a new team. After the game, Clippers coach Vinny del…
Chris Paul reported to the Clippers' Playa Vista training complex on Thursday, meeting his new teammates a day after being traded from the New Orleans Hornets to Los Angeles.
ATLANTA Shaquille O'Neal doesn't like the Chris Paul trade; Charles Barkley says Commissioner David Stern made a mistake.
O'Neal also says the trade talk swirling around Dwight Howard has damaged his relationship with the Magic though Barkley says the center is the first player he would choose to start a franchise.
Let the debates begin.
O'Neal, the Hall of Fame...
This week on the program, Mike and Tyler talk about gift cards as Christmas gifts and NBA Basketball. What should the Celtics do to replace Jeff Green? Jill Painter from the Los Angeles Daily News calls to weigh in on CP3 to the Clippers, the divorce between Kobe and Vanessa Bryant, and the divorce between [...]
Despite the hoopla surrounding the Clippers since the acquisition of Chris Paul and the signing of Chauncey Billups, LA's "other" NBA team hasn't quite taken the city from the Lakers and their years of tradition and championships. As long as Kobe Bryant is leading the way and Pau Gasol plays like the All Star that he is, it could be a whileBlake Griffin or not....
You might think the Los Angeles Lakers are pretty bitter these days about the way David Stern and his henchmen turned Dell Demps' attempt to trade Chris Paul into a debacle of epic proportions.
Kobe's LA team extended a fair offer in exchange for CP3, and David Stern nixed the deal because he wanted too. Stern and his crew, after commandeering the negotiations, eventually...
In a Dec. 15 column about NBA commissioner David Stern's involvement in the trade that sent Chris Paul from New Orleans to the Los Angeles Clippers, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Stern said during a conference call, "It's been a lot of fun." The correct quote is, "It wasn't a lot of fun."