NBC NEWS — Chris Paul may be going to Los Angeles after all, but it's the L.A. Clippers that are trying to trade for the point guard this time.
ESPN is reporting that the Hornets and Clippers have submitted a multi-player deal to the NBA that would land Paul on the Clippers' roster.
In the deal, the Clippers would give up Eric Gordon, Chris Kaman, Al-Farouq Amini, and a 2012 first-round draft pick.
The Hornets, owned by the NBA, want the Clippers to add Eric Bledsoe to the package.
It was last week that the L.A. Lakers tried to trade for Paul, but the deal was cancelled by the NBA Commissioner David Stern.