Paul re-signs with Rockets

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Capela was an integral part of Houston's offense with James Harden and Chris Paul looking often for him for lob passes whenever any of the two manages to break down opposing defenses. Despite his injuries, the Rockets had the best record in the...

Paul of course injured his hamstring in the final minute of game five of the western conference finals against the eventual champion Golden State Warriors.

As anticipated, point guard Chris Paul remained with the Houston Rockets.

The Lakers could land LeBron James in free agency this summer and have been discussing a potential deal for disgruntled Spurs star Kawhi Leonard, according to multiple reports. His productivity reached another level in the postseason where he averaged 21.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 5.8 assists. CP3 will sign a four-year, $160 million deal with the Rockets. The veteran point guard will get the max contract he asked for, worth $160M over four years.


Next year will be Paul's 14th season in the league.

The 33-year-old enjoyed great success in his first season with the Rockets. In his career, Paul is averaging 18.7 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 9.8 assists in 892 games. GERALD GREEN STAYS HOME Gerald Green and his hometown Rockets are staying together.

It's a deal that also gives the Rockets some room to work with their other top free agents, namely Clint Capela.

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