Raiders QB Derek Carr has a question about Chris Paul joining Rockets

Raiders QB Derek Carr has a question about Chris Paul joining Rockets

This past season, the Rockets made James Harden the primary point guard and the offense took off. He had the fifth highest usage percentage among players with at least 31 games played at 34.1 percent while the Rockets averaged 115.3 points per game, second behind only the Warriors (115.9).

Harden also led the NBA in assists with 11.2 per game.

On Wednesday morning, the reportedly agreed to acquire All-NBA point guard Chris Paul from the Clippers, who finished fourth in the NBA with 9.2 assists per game.

When news of the deal between the Clippers and Rockets broke, it stunned most observers including Derek Carr. The Raiders quarterback thought about a backcourt featuring two ball-dominant players and raised a good question.

"Chris Paul and James Harden... wow! Who's bringing the ball up??" Carr wrote on Twitter.

While the Rockets offense flourished with Harden at the point guard, he's primarily been a shooting guard during his career.

Paul enters the equation as one of the most accomplished point guards in NBA history. He's averaging 9.89 assists per game over his career, behind only Magic Johnson (11.19) and John Stockton (9.89).

Carr poses a very valid question, but safe bet is Harden deferring to Paul.

Video surfaces of Klay dancing in China, Curry reacts on Instagram

Video surfaces of Klay dancing in China, Curry reacts on Instagram

Klay Thompson is enjoying himself in China.

Video surfaced of the two-time champion dancing in what appears to be a club.

The Instagram account "officialwarriorsworld" posted a clip of the video with the caption: "Klay having the time of his life in China."

One of the comments came from none other than Steph Curry.

But the two-time MVP didn't use any words. He just used 14 "laughing-face" emojis.

Curry recently commented on a different Instagram post that suggested Vince Carter should play for the Warriors next season.

The NBA is fun.

Check back soon for more hard-hitting stories...

Klay having the time of his life in China

A post shared by Warriors World (@officialwarriorsworld) on

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

Report: Andre Iguodala to create a late-night talk show

Report: Andre Iguodala to create a late-night talk show

Andre Iguodala is way more than just a professional basketball player.

The soon-to-be free agent is making a late-night TV show, according to The Washington Post.

Iguodala is teaming up with a startup called Cheddar, which was founded by Jon Steinberg.

[POOLE: Won't be easy for interested teams to pull off double jackpot with Iguodala]

The show's title: "Evenings with Andre."

From the Post:

The two hope to sell the show to a premium TV network or streaming service like Netflix or Amazon, and split the proceeds. If no premium buyers emerge, Cheddar will broadcast it on Facebook, Twitter, and its own streaming platforms.

“You can assume we’ve talked to everybody, from the obvious Amazon and Netflix all the way down,” Steinberg told the Post.

“There’s going to be a time when my basketball career is over and I’m going to have aspirations outside of basketball,” Iguodala said.

The show will reportedly be filmed during the summer.

Iguodala will also co-host (with Steph Curry) an event called The Players Technology Summit from Aug. 14-16 in San Francisco.

It's possible Iguodala does not return to the Warriors next season, as there are reportedly many teams in the market for his services.

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller