New Orleans Hornets
Paul has finally landed — not with the Knicks or Lakers, but with the Los Angeles Clippers.
It seems almost everyone has given their take on last week’s rejected trade that would’ve sent Chris Paul to the Lakers. Add Deron Williams to the list.
Many factors led to the Knicks’ pursuit of free agent center Tyson Chandler. Also, Chris Paul may not be as appealing as some have suggested.
Ken Berger of CBSSports.com reports that The New York Knicks are close to signing free agent center Tyson Chandler. The potential signing may impact Chris Paul talks and the shape of the Knicks’ roster.
Now looking to fill needs elsewhere, the Knicks are reportedly “on the verge” of signing veteran Grant Hill for their shooting guard slot.
Knicks fans need to take a ‘wait and see approach’ when it comes to the possibility of landing star point guard Chris Paul.
Finally, basketball facilities are open. NBA players are back. But the big news focused on Chris Paul.
With hundreds of boxes of food sitting behind them ready to be distributed to Brooklyn families, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony and their famous friends were determined to stay on message.
Chris Paul had 33 points, 14 assists and seven rebounds, and the New Orleans Hornets pulled away down the stretch, stunning the two-time defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers with a 109-100 victory.
Amare Stoudemire scored 24 points, Carmelo Anthony added 22, and the New York Knicks rolled to a 107-88 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Wednesday night.
The Knicks may need to overcome the absence of Chauncey Billups to show some improvement defensively, as they try to beat the sputtering New Orleans Hornets for the sixth consecutive time Wednesday.
Craig is tired of talking about Carmelo Anthony and the “will he or won’t he” be a Knick talk, so he decided to declare today as the day we exonerate Mark Sanchez.
There aren’t many nights when Chris Paul can take the blame for a New Orleans Hornets’ loss. The Nets’ 103-101 overtime win on Wednesday night was one of them.
The Hornets look to shore up their defensive woes and avoid losing four straight for the first time this season when they visit the Nets on Wednesday night.
Emeka Okafor had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and the Hornets beat the New Jersey Nets 105-91 on Wednesday night to snap a two-game skid.