Speaking for the first time since he left the Los Angeles Clippers, Chris Paul downplayed reports of tension with Doc and Austin Rivers, saying he simply felt ready for a change.
Mike D’Antoni, like much of the NBA community, is currently in Las Vegas to watch NBA Summer League action.
James Harden agreed to a massive contract extension on Saturday and his new back court mate had a great reaction upon hearing the news.
The Los Angeles Clippers appear to be heading for a rebuilding phase with Chris Paul no longer in the picture, and head coach Doc Rivers is bummed out about it.
The Houston Rockets beat out the San Antonio Spurs as Chris Paul’s Texas team destination of choice, and now we’re getting a bit of an idea why.
Austin Rivers has already laughed at the rumblings that Chris Paul left the Los Angeles Clippers because of perceived nepotism, and now we have Doc Rivers’ side of the story.
Austin Rivers saw the report that circulated on Wednesday saying that Chris Paul was bothered by perceived nepotism on the Clippers, and Rivers decided to address the rumor.
Chris Paul’s departure from the Los Angeles Clippers came as a shock publicly, but if one report is true, it won’t have been a surprise privately.