Chris Paul has decisions to make. But it’s the kind of decision reserved for the super-wealthy.
Chris Paul resurrected the Phoenix Suns. Paul George bounced back after his nightmare in the bubble. They met in the West Finals and it was bound to happen. Someone was going to be the hero. And someone the loser.
Affectionately known as the curse of Robert Sarver, the Suns have an 11-year playoff drought. But voodoo isn’t needed in the Valley of The Sun. Just Devin Booker.
Chris Paul says Rondo spit on him. Rondo says Chris Paul is a liar. A year has passed. All arguments settled on the court.
The Thunder are not a free agent destination. They need the lottery and young talent they can develop. A number 19 pick, and Denver’s pick in the mid-20’s isn’t going to help them return to the Western Conference Finals.
Chris Paul would be a perfect addition on a playoff team. But his salary is keeping him in OKC. For now.
Chris Paul and Miami will happen but first there will be a lot of chess maneuvering by Pat Riley to make the deal stick
Chris Paul is averaging 17 points in the playoffs, a seven year low. His 13 shots are a career low. You’ll never see the 50% shooting Chris Paul again. He’s too old for that. But 26% from three (against the Warriors) is killing the Rockets, particularly since Chris Paul is the recipient of James Harden…
Months after he signed a $160 million contract to remain the point guard of the Houston Rockets until 2022, (when he will be 37 years old), injuries have interfered with Chris Paul’s ability to play. Throughout Paul’s career, hamstring injuries have slowed him down at the worst possible time and his current hamstring trouble is…
Chris Paul has been here before. Trying to get to the Conference Final. Three years ago, he lost to the Houston Rockets in a massive choke job, blowing a 3-1 series lead. Seven years before that he was up 3-2 over the Spurs, played almost every minute in game 7 at home (New Orleans) and…