Found December 06, 2011 on
The race to land New Orleans point guard Chris Paul sped up significantly on Tuesday, as sources told SI.com that the Hornets have homed in on the Clippers, Warriors and Celtics as possible trade partners.
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I've stated my reasons several times why I wouldn't do the Rajon Rondo/Chris Paul trade, but the scariest part of the trade would be if the Celtics re-signed Paul for $100 million over 5 years and he ceased being a top point guard. The reality is this is very possible. In case you're curious about Chris Paul's knee, here's a synopsis from last year via NOLA.comPaul...
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You'll need a HANS device to keep from hurting yourself trying to keep up with the latest Chris Paul rumors. Does he really want to force a trade to New York? Will he play out a full season and then sign there anyway? Will he go to the Lakers? Will he build a rocket ship and form his own league on the moon?
Turns out, the Hornets might not feel like...
There is rising sentiment within the New Orleans Hornets' organization to trade Chris Paul before the 2011-12 season even starts if he hasn't signed an extension with the team by then, according to sources close to the situation.
Without Dwight Howard the Orlando Magic are nothing. Howard is in the last year of his contract. Many believe this is Howard’s last year in Orlando. In fact there are ton of rumors going around that have Howard traded somewhere else before this upcoming season starts on Christmas day. Most notably to the Los Angeles Lakers.
What would be the only thing to keep Howard...
Danny Ainge is actively trying to trade Rajon Rondo. No matter what Ainge said during his joint press conference with Doc Rivers, no matter how many times he carefully tried to avoid saying he was openly shopping Rondo, no matter what a Hornets source told Gary Washburn about Ainge not shopping Rondo, it’s becoming evident that the truth is otherwise.Ainge is not actively trying...