National Basketball Association free agency rumors: Lakers meeting with Clint Capela

LeBron James basically ruled out the Rockets as a destination

LeBron James basically ruled out the Rockets as a destination

CP3 will sign a four-year, $160 million deal with the Rockets.

This deal will make Paul the second highest paid point guard in the league behind Stephen Curry with an average annual value of $37.5 million.

All-Star Chris Paul will sign a four-year, $160M max contract to stay with the Houston Rockets, league sources tell ESPN.

After pushing the Warriors almightily close in the Western Conference finals, the Rockets enter the 2018 offseason with the sole aim of ensuring they return next year with a better chance to get past the back-to-back champs. He also served as an imposing presence at the rim, as evidenced by his 1.9 blocks per game average and the fact that he led the team in defensive win shares with 4.1.

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The Rockets had their best regular season in franchise history with Paul and NBA MVP James Harden leading the way.

The Houston Rockets are reportedly turning their eye toward re-signing center Clint Capela during a busy start to free agency.

The 33-year-old Paul was eligible to sign a five-year maximum contract, but the Rockets took his age and injury problems into consideration.

Ariza, who turned 33 on Saturday, made $7.4 million previous year, his fourth season of his second stint with the team.

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