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    Chris Paul is expected to verbally agree to a five-year, $107-million contract to remain with the Los Angeles Clippers once free agency begins at 12:01 a.m. on July 1, according to ESPN’s Ramona Shelbourne. The deal can’t be made official until.

     

    July 10, but Paul can agree to terms as soon as free agency begins on July 1.Paul appeared likely to re-sign with the Clippers all along, but the possibility of him leaving became clear once the rumors of his dissatisfaction with former coach Vinny Del Negro began.

     

    The point guard’s reported hand in Del Negro’s firing and subsequent push for the team to bring on Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers made it clear that Paul wanted to remain in Los Angeles, but at some cost.React to the news at Clips Nation.

     

    Through the Clippers’ several breakdowns in talks with Rivers, it appeared that Paul would consider leaving. There were few if any rumors about where Paul might look to sign outside of Los Angeles, but the Houston Rockets — with all their cap space — were one team potentially interested in Paul.

     

    In the end, however, the Clippers got their next coach and Paul looked set to re-sign.And as expected, Paul will choose to NBA Live Mobile Coins re-sign with the team that he’s spent the last two years leading. Under Rivers, it’s expected that Paul will have a sound direction to mold the