In an interview with ESPN, Chris Paul’s favorite player is the Houston Rockets guard, Kevin Durant, and it turns out he’s also the best all-star.
Paul also believes that James Harden will be a better all-time All-NBA player than Kobe Bryant, who won the award last season.
The Spurs forward says that the league is trying to improve the NBA’s fan experience, including allowing fans to watch games in HD, which could help to attract more people to watch the games.
“It’s kind of the perfect storm,” Paul told ESPN.
“We have a lot of fans that are watching games in the comfort of their homes.
They can’t watch games online.
And they don’t really know what’s going on.”
The All-star Game, held in Los Angeles, was originally held in Chicago, and was the first time the league had hosted the game in the city.
The game, which features a maximum of 15 teams and eight teams from each conference, was first played in 1980 and is considered the NBA Finals of all-sports competition.
Paul believes the All, including players, coaches, and managers, should be paid equally, and that it would be great if NBA players could play for other teams.
“The All is about equal,” Paul said.
“So if they are paid equally it’s good for the league and good for fans.”
So it’s really about making the game better for fans, players, and management.
You could make the game the best that it can be and that would be good.
“The Spurs guard believes that the NBA should allow fans to stream games live and that streaming would be a good way to increase interest in the All.
The NBA is trying in recent years to make it easier for fans to attend the games live, including putting the live stream on YouTube.
But it’s a process that takes time and money.
Fans can access the game on their computers or tablets.
Paul says that he believes that if the league was to introduce a streaming option, it would not only help fans, but also players.”
Streaming is a great idea for the NBA, but I don’t think that’s going to happen in the next couple of years,” he said.