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Chris Paul
Position: G
Born: 05/06/85
Height: 6-0 / 1.83
Weight:175 lbs. / 79.4 kg.
Salary: $22,868,827
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Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is looking to make a change to his home lineup, listing his estate in Bel-Air for sale at $11.495 million. It was four years ago that the perennial All-Star bought the eight-bedroom, 11-bedroom mansion four years ago from singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for $8.495 million. He’s since bought another home on two acres in Calabasas for $8.995 million. Obscured on either side by tall privacy hedges, the two-story Mediterranean sits on half an acre in guard-gated Bel-Air Crest and takes in canyon and reservoir views.
Storyline: Real Estate
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The Clippers, despite their cap restraints, managed to re-sign Jamal Crawford, Austin Rivers, Wesley Johnson and Luc Mbah a Moute while bringing in Bass and Felton, as well as Marreese Speights and Alan Anderson, the latter going undrafted in the same 2005 class as Paul, Felton and Bass. “I’m excited about it,” Paul said about the new additions. “We definitely signed some veterans, some seasoned NBA guys who’ve been through a lot of different situations.”
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Jordan said there wasn’t any more urgency to win next season, simply because Paul and Griffin can both become unrestricted free agents in the summer of 2017. “They’re both extremely talented players,” Jordan told The Vertical. “I believe whatever decision they make is going to be a great decision. I’m not worried about it right now. I don’t expect it to be a distraction during the season. I can’t speak for them, but at the end of the day, they’ve got to make the best decision for themselves and their families. Whatever happens, happens.”
Paul and the Chris Paul Family Foundation teamed with CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions and services, to install a GOLFZON golf simulator at the Boys & Girls Club while also updating the technology installed last year with new tablets and notebooks in time for the first day of school. “For me, I always ask myself why I didn’t I start playing golf earlier,” Paul said. “A lot of it is because it’s expensive and it’s not introduced to a lot of African American kids. My son is one of the few who’s been introduced to the game at a young age, but I’m trying to change that.”