Chris Paul's Son Has Staples Center in His Bedroom, and It's Awesome
Chris Paul's son has a better bedroom than you do.
Now there is no reason to argue or send pictures of your own room, because there is no question the kid affectionately known as "Little Chris" has you beat.
Sports Illustrated's Rob Mahoney spotted some wonderful images posted over on L Star Murals' blog page. It seems the mural-painting company received quite the task from the Clippers' star guard: transform Little Chris' room into the Staples Center.
Here is the blank canvas they started with:
And here is a glimpse at the epic digs Little Chris gets to call his very own bedroom.
While it would be enough to have your very own backboard and Staples Center crowd cheering you to sleep at night, the artist was careful to include the entire family in the crowd.
Chris, wife Jada, their daughter Camryn and Little Chris' grandparents are all painted onto his walls.
By chance, the artist also threw in Jay-Z and Beyonce, not knowing Paul was a good friend of the hip-hop mogul-turned-sports agent.
For those not familiar with Chris and his adorable son, you might want to take a look at some of his more famous exploits.
Here he is impersonating the slam-dunk master, Blake Griffin.
And here is Little Chris explaining that he once broke down Grant Hill in a game of one-on-one.
We completely believe him.
Life is pretty great for the Clippers' Paul, who gets to play in front of thousands doing what he loves for a living. However, life isn't too bad for his son either.
He gets one amazing room to call his own and even gets famous NBA stars to come over to his house to show him the finer points of the game.
Hill might want a rematch on that sweet hoop in Little Chris' room.
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