Chris Paul/Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Clippers, NBA.com
The Clippers played host to the Chicago Bulls on Monday night at Staples Center. It was not a good night for the Clippers, who turned a 14-point second-quarter lead into a 105-89 defeat.
Clippers fans were not happy. But the many Bulls fans in attendance were thrilled. At times, they were chanting, “Let’s go Bulls.” It added insult to injury, to be sure.
Clippers guard Chris Paul took notice. That much was evident when he was asked post-game if he believes the upcoming seven-game road trip that begins Wednesday in Orlando can be a good thing.
“I do, I do, even though tonight felt somewhat like a road game,” he said, somewhat sarcastically.
Paul was asked specifically what he thought about all the cheering for the visiting Bulls.
“I mean, it’s not the first time,” he said. “I’ve played in other places where it’s been like that.”
Paul, in his 10th year, is in his fourth season with Los Angeles.