Two years later, hes been an NBA All-Star, a runner-up in the leagues MVP voting and an Olympic gold medalist. His jersey is in the top 10 of uniform sales among all NBA players.
The most recent edition of Ask Chris Paul is now on the site (part 1 of this offseason appeared recently; there will be a part 3 coming soon). He has thoroughly enjoyed getting a chance to interact with fans and field questions from visitors to Hornets.com.
Multiple people have asked me recently about the feature, so I wanted to provide a few brief pieces of information that might help you get the question(s) you submit chosen by Hornets.com. We receive a large number of questions to firstname.lastname@example.org on a weekly basis including a huge upswing in queries from citizens of China after Chris and the Redeem Teams visit there so to stand out, try to be as creative as possible. Generally speaking, the more unique your question, the better chance it will be selected and not duplicated by another fan.
One aspect of getting to see the questions that has been interesting to me is how many come from shorter-stature high school basketball players. Many kids want to know what tips and secrets CP3 might have to excel on the court, despite being a smaller player. Weve included several of those lately, but also excluded many others simply because they were redundant to what someone else had already asked.
Well soon be sorting through the hundreds of e-mails that have been sent over the past few weeks. Well try to catch up with Chris for interviews during training camp and get several more editions of Ask Chris Paul on the site after the regular season tips off on Oct. 29.
To ask Chris Paul a question, send an e-mail to email@example.com. Please include your full name and hometown. Also please include "Ask Chris Paul" in the subject of your e-mail.