Found December 14, 2011 on
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C'mon man.... You had to know better than to think Rajon Rondo mentions in connection with Chris Paul would die simply because the Celtics don't seem to have any other tradeable assets.
Paul has not reversed field regarding wanting out of New Orleans. Initially blessed with overriding leverage and exhilarating options, CP$’s, relocation program has narrowed to the Celtics (Rajon Rondo continues to be available) and the Warriors (NOLA wants Monta Ellis, Andris Biedrins and rookie Klay Thompson).
Of course, there’s always the chance a phantom team will scamper across the road in front of the Hornets like a deer in late fall dusk?
More likely, the fortified Clippers will resurface and turn over Eric Gordon (asking between $13-$15M per to extend long-term), Chris Kaman (closing out contract at $12.7M), Eric Bledsoe, Al-Farouq Aminu and Minnesota’s 2012 first-round real estate.
Things to remember here:
Danny Ainge still wants Chris Paul
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It’s been less than one week since the proposed trade that would have sent Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers was nullified for ‘basketball reasons’ by NBA commissioner David Stern. Following the news breaking in the social networking sports world that the trade was a no-go, Paul took to social media to express his...Read the Rest...
Chris Paul isn't coming to Los Angeles, at least not now. The Clippers rejected a proposed deal by the New Orleans Hornets for the All-Star guard because the team felt "the cost was just too high," general manager Neil Olshey said Monday. Whether the deal is altogether dead, though, remains to be seen.
Leading Off: The N.B.A. finally deals Chris Paul to the Clippers to end the howling, which seems certain to move next to Orlando, even though the Magic say they have taken Dwight Howard off the trading block for now.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Chris Paul will supply the Los Angeles Clippers with so much more than alley-oop passes to Blake Griffin when he arrives in Hollywood on Thursday night.A bold trade for New Orleans' superstar point guard on Wednesday just might alter the entire sports world's perception of the ...
The Clippers successfully traded for Chris Paul yesterday, which was a bit of a shock for basketball fans, because it means that Los Angeles's other NBA team might actually be somewhat relevant this season or next. <a href="http://deadspin.com/5868391/blake-griffin-and-cos-reactions-to-the-chris-paul-trade-were-caught-on-tape-lob...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul endured two weeks of sleepless nights, stressful days and at least one imploded trade before he found a new home with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Make room for Chris Paul ... California just got a bit more exciting.
If there is one thing that we learned from the Phillies, Eagles and the Miami Heat it is that no matter how stacked your team appears to be in the off-season championships aren’t guaranteed.
Championships? … Championships?
Naw let me slow down but for the first time in their existence the Clippers are trying...
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Last year, the Clippers were the hot new girl at the party in Los Angeles. You couldn’t take your eyes off her but there was nothing serious going on, it was all flirting and fun. Now, things are getting serious. The Chris Paul trade has the Clippers feeling like we all thought about the Oklahoma…