Chris Paul returning to Houston Rockets for 'unfinished business'

Rockets' Paul to stay put with four-year max contract

Report: Paul re-signs with Rockets - Article

CP3 will sign a four-year, $160 million deal with the Rockets.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Paul and the Rockets agreed to a four-year, max contract that will averages $40 million per season.

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Chris Paul isn't going anywhere, Rockets fans.

Paul confirmed the news right at the onset of free agency via Uninterrupted.

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The Rockets acquired Paul a year ago in an opt-in-and-trade deal with the LA Clippers. Averaging 18.6 points, 5.4 rebounds, 7.9 assists, and 1.7 steals per game, Paul joined forces with 2017-18 Most Valuable Player James Harden and led Houston to the NBA's best regular season record at 65-17. In the Western Conference Finals, the Rockets took a 3-2 series lead but Paul was injured late in Game 5 and the Golden State Warriors would go on to win the next two games and eventually, the National Basketball Association title. Houston will need Paul to stay healthy and continue his dominance on both sides of the ball in order to contend for a championship next season.

The offseason has been filled with plenty of speculations centered on the biggest names such as LeBron James, Paul George, and Kawhi Leonard.

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