Chris Paul's new children's book, "Long Shot: Never Too Small to Dream Big," is about how a young CP3 was able to overcome his short stature to become an NBA superstar. It's a feel-good story for the whole family, I'm sure, but it also begs the question: where does Paul stand among the great small guards of all time?
I would like to see a blog on players who played their entire career of at least 10 seasons with just one team, a truly great achievement when you really think about it and very rare. I think Reggie Miller was the last to do it.
No problem, Joe. Here's every player in NBA history to spend at least 10 seasons with the same franchise:
This weekend, Gutsy Goldberg of Back Seat Drivers took an interesting look at the NBA seasons in which the best teams were the strongest, using our very own SRS formula. The challenge to this year's Lakers, Cavs, Celtics, Magic, and (maybe) Spurs? Beat the 1995-96 crop of Chicago, Seattle, Utah, San Antonio, and Orlando.