Chris Paul To Clippers: Los Angeles Will Reportedly Deal Eric Gordon Along With Kaman, Aminu, Draft Pick

And here we go again! The Los Angeles Clippers are  ready to give it all up for Chris Paul to pair him up with Blake Griffin. Marc Stein of ESPN reports.

ESPN sources: Clippers and NBA-owned Hornets have agreed to Chris Paul deal in principle. Gordon, Kaman, Aminu and Minnesota pick to Hornets
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If this trade goes through, the New Orleans Hornets have managed to land the best possible deal they can probably ever get. They have two quality bigs in Al-Farouq Aminu and Chris Kaman, a budding star in Eric Gordon who can prop up New Orleans, and that unprotected draft pick from Minnesota should land them a quality talent. It's a big-time haul for the Hornets.

This was a league-made deal. David Stern might be savveir than we thought!

As for the Clippers? They have CP3 to pair up with DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin, two young talents who should be able to be willing recipients of his alley-oop lobs. Prepare for all the entertainment to be centered around the Clippers in the Staples Center for once.

To discuss this trade with Hornets and Clippers fans, go to At The Hive (New Orleans SB Nation community) and Clips Nation (Los Angeles SB Nation community).

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