Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo and Brandon Ingram were all ejected from Saturday night’s Houston Rockets-Los Angeles Lakers game after throwing punches during a fight in the fourth quarter.
It’s no real surprise that one of Carmelo Anthony’s close friends is pushing his team to sign him, but it’s not LeBron James.
So much for the reports about tension between Chris Paul and the Houston Rockets.
CP3 will sign a four-year, $160 million deal with the Rockets, as first reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
The NBA is on fire right now, and it’s been undefeated since a for-the-ages 2017 offseason.
If Chris Paul and members of the Houston Rockets’ front office are experiencing “tension” over the star point guard’s contract situation, they are doing a tremendous job of hi
Poor Chris Paul can’t even beat Stephen Curry when it comes to game shows.
Chris Paul likely thought it was a foregone conclusion that he would be signing a max contract extension with the Houston Rockets when he forced his way out of Los Angeles last year, but an injury-ri
Chris Paul is set to join a loaded class of free agents on July 1, but most of the reports we have heard about his offseason plans indicate the star point guard plans to remain with the Houston Rocke