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Kenyon Martin Stands By Chris Paul Criticism After Thunder-Rockets Trade

SI.com Friday, 12 July 2019
Kenyon Martin Stands By Chris Paul Criticism After Thunder-Rockets TradeMartin has previously questioned Chris Paul's reputation as a teammate and stood by his take.
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"Former NBA veteran and current BIG3 Coach Kenyon Martin joins SI Now to give his take on the Chris Paul-James Harden feud rumors. Having previously questioned Paul's reputation as a teammate, Martin tells Robin Lundberg, 'Where there's smoke, I'm a

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