The Starting Five on Chris Paul

Check out what Michael Tillery of The Starting Five is saying about the SuperStar, SuperPerson Point Guard of the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets.
clipped from thestartingfive.net

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There is a sense of urgency that rests with CP. Like so many athletes of his ability, tragedy has struck twice to those influential in his professional athletic formulation. One was his grandfather. Nathaniel Jones was as close to Chris as any other, and the life unfair chose to tear away the soul behind CP’s early development. Jones was beaten to death during a 2002 robbery and Chris was devastated. I could see the reality of loss in the eyes of the young and accomplished. This was a turning point in CP’s life and fortunately, Chris has strength and armor surrounding his promise and potential. These are his words describing what Jones meant to him personally: “My Grand dad was my best friend. He passed away the day after signing my letter of intent (Wake Forest). Five days later we have the funeral and I thought
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