A possible Western Conference preview, or just simply some good rec? Hoping to see what the Rockets could look like together, Chris Paul, James and Harden and others descended onto to New York City to join Carmelo Anthony for some pickups. With New York Fashion Week being in full effect, Russell Westbrook hopped into the
If Gregg Popovich can’t get Derrick Rose back to a certain level of greatness, who can. The San Antonio Spurs need a point guard and Derrick Rose needs a francise to believe in him, so it makes sense that just in case the organization can’t land Chris Paul, the former Bulls star may be on
He’s one of the NBA’s top stars, but the proof is in the pudding, and the Clippers can’t count on Blake Griffin when it matters. Griffin (toe) has been ruled out for the remainder of the postseason due to an injury to the plantar plate of his right big toe, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. Blake
This isn’t football Chris, you have to be a bit more careful sir. Paul hilariously tried to give DeAndre Jordan a headbutt for making a good play, but then literally found out just how hard-headed the All-Star center is.
Make a plan to vote! #IMWITHHER https://t.co/lpQIRgIipR pic.twitter.com/ZwRI8vw3dX — Chris Paul (@CP3) November 5, 2016 Chris Paul endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in a video released Saturday aimed at younger voters. The Los Angeles Clippers point guard joined close friends James in his stout support for Clinton.
The Warriors won 73 games last season are being predicted to win 83 with the addition of Kevin Durant. Free agent point guard Jason Terry doesn’t think that ensures a third trip to the finals — with the former NBA champion believing the Clippers will quietly be motivated. “The Clippers can easily win 60-plus games
#CP3 Rules.. If, MJ miss 3 shots the Whole camp get shoes🏟 The G.O.A.T didn't miss😈 #HeHadAFlashbackof96 #WetWitHisEyesClosed💧🏀 #MjFlightSchool16 A video posted by COACH SPOON (@coachspoon2) on Jul 26, 2016 at 9:51pm PDT Chris Paul should know better than to challenge Michael Jordan in a gym. The narrative is different — no Paul and the
Doc Rivers has hit a new low with this one, instead of just owning up to the fact that teams listen to offers. The fact is, whether its Rivers and the Clippers shopping the power forward, or other organizations showing their own interest, the idea that there haven’t been discussions about moving Griffin is absurd.
With becoming the highest paid player in the NBA — comes a ton of off the court scrutinity and responsibility — whether you asked for it or not. The Grizzlies 153 million maximum-salaried man talked not only about handling business on the court — but about leading a different charge. In light of frustration and
Talk about answering the call for unity, leadership and accountability? LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul opened the ESPYS with a stirring and powerful speech — focusing on the state of race and police/community relations following the horrible violence last week. "Enough is enough." Powerful message from LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris