Chris Paul Trade

July 22, 2010 by staff 

Chris Paul TradeChris Paul Trade:The New Orleans Hornets Chris Paul and appears to be closer to a division. The Hornets recently hired 38-year-old Monty Williams to become the youngest coach in the league. His next step was to hire his friend and former colleague, 40 years old, Dell Demps. These measures combined with his salary cap-induced paralysis find Chris Paul have pushed the “I have to get out of here” mode.

Chris Paul has said in recent weeks which is open to a trade if the team is not thinking about trying to win championships. In an interview with ESPN’s Chris Broussard Paul these words. “My first choice is to be in New Orleans,” Paul said, “We just want to make sure that we are committed to winning. If we are not committed to winning and trying to improve so that we can deal with the Lakers, Celtics and the best teams of all these others, then I’m open to being changed. ”

The Hornets are in a holding pattern while the sale of the team is finalized. The team president Hugh Weber has no plans to tack on any additional debt before the sale is complete. After Paul saw how Lebron James joined Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami has affected their way of seeing things. Chris Paul is looking to team with another superstar and make a career title. The teams expected to advance that could include New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Portland Trailblazers and Dallas Mavericks.

The possibility of adding a main base of the likes of Chris Paul will send the short list of favorite teams in a flurry of trade deals. You want this guy, that guy and some $ $? Ok, how about these two, a contract expiring, and more $ $? You need $ $ right? Look for teams with more money to dispense in New Orleans to have an advantage in negotiations.

Chris Broussard breaks it down Chris Paul Trade:

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