CP3 joined by whole host of team-mates who also re-signed along with some new faces.
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul has officially signed an extension with the franchise, joining new coach Doc Rivers and several others in a press conference on Wednesday.
Paul has signed a five-year deal worth $107m to extend his stay at the Staples Center, and revealed it was an easy decision after the moves the organisation have made this summer.
Former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers has moved across from the Eastern Conference to take charge of the Clippers, while the likes of Jared Dudley, J.J. Redick and Darren Collison have all signed up to join Paul next season.
With the 28-year-old making his decision back on July 1, Rivers revealed that it helped him go out and get the players that he felt were required, and as a result there is a great deal of excitement surrounding the Clippers ahead of the new campaign.
“This press conference is special,” Paul said as quoted by ESPN.
“It was me along with five other guys. There’s no one person that’s more important than the team and I absolutely mean that. That picture there of all of us up there is one I’ll probably hang up in my house.”
Paul also revealed that he had held a discussion with fellow free-agent Dwight Howard, with the media reporting the possibility of the duo potentially linking up in Atlanta with the Hawks.
However, while Paul felt it was unfair on the Clippers to discuss deals with other teams considering he was already aware of the interest, Howard decided to quit LA for a move to the Houston Rockets.
CP3 will now hope to build on last season after an impressive regular season campaign was followed with a disappointing playoff run.