Paul counting on new-look Hornets to play with more urgency
The 24-year-old Hornets point guard recently found a few minutes after his Copeland's Chris Paul Basketball Camp to share his thoughts on the Hornets' big offseason trade, his relationship with
On the other hand, I'm excited about Emeka. He's a great shot-blocker, has a post presence offensively. Hopefully he'll fit right in and we won't miss a beat.
You're always going to have issues, but people get into problems when one person wants to do something and another person wants to do something else, and they don't talk about it. But anytime coach and I have issues, we always talk about it, and at the end of the day we usually come out with something good.
I tell [my Hornets teammates] about it, about how it all starts with practice and training camp and stuff like that. But your actions speak louder than words. You still have to play the game. Talk is cheap.
We talk about everything. We discuss how the season's going, if a trade takes place what you think about it. That's what you do with your friends.
And kids this age, they'll say anything. They always want to challenge me in a game or in shooting, so we have a lot of fun. On the last day, we let them go get their parents and we all play a shooting contest together.