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Shaquille O'Neal weighed in on Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul.
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NBA trade rumors are heating up with the announcement that the NBA lockout has finally been lifted, and the three biggest names rumored to be on the verge of being dealt include Boston Celtics PG Rajon Rondo, New Orleans Hornets PG Chris Paul and Orlando Magic C Dwight Howard.
Two of them, in fact, could be traded for each other.
Normally, I would say that this is just...
Chris Paul reportedly would not sign an extension with the Boston Celtics if he were traded to the team. (ESPN)All of the chatter about Boston’s interest in Chris Paul is a moot point because the All-Star point guard will not sign a long-term contract extension with the Celtics, according to a person close to the situation.Paul, who will become a free agent after the coming season...
As Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge aggressively pursues possible deals for Rajon Rondo, the Indiana Pacers have emerged as an intriguing suitor for the point guard, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
For the past few days, Pacers officials – and third-party surrogates – have been making calls and gathering information and insight into Rondo’s reputation [...]
Chris Paul may love the idea of playing with his good friend, Carmelo Anthony, in New York, but a source familiar with Paul's thinking said the New Orleans Hornets point guard knows being dealt to the Knicks is not a realistic possibility.
We’ve argued this time and time again. Two points guards. One team. Who would you rather have running your squad? There are so many moving parts in a discussion like this, that oftentimes it’s impossible to settle on an answer. You can look at personal accolades, team success, age, stats, etc. – at the end [...]
WALTHAM - Rajon Rondo has not been pleased to see his name mentioned so prominently in trade talks this week. But...
All the chatter about Boston's interest in Chris Paul is a moot point because the All-Star point guard will not sign a long-term contract extension with the Celtics, according to a person close to the situation.
LeBron James says he's thankful the NBA is set to return soon and ''the fans can get back to watching the game that they love.''
James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul distributed meals to Brooklyn families Tuesday through Anthony's foundation. Paul didn't want to talk about how the new labor deal might affect his future in New Orleans - or...