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Who is Chris Paul’s mom and wife after family incident in Dallas?

Joshua Rogers May 9, 2022
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Last night the Phoenix Suns took on the Dallas Mavericks in their second round series. During the game, there was an alleged incident involving Chris Paul’s mom and wife. Here’s what we know about them.

According to multiple reports, a Dallas Maverick fans was escorted out of Game 4 last night after pushing Chris Paul’s wife, Jada, and placing hands on his mother, Robin. Further reports stated that Paul’s kids witnessed the alleged incident and they “felt very unsafe.”

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During the game a video went viral of the 37-year-old point guard talking to security guards, as well as the fan who was escorted out of the game. Paul was seen saying “I’ll see you later” to him.

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Paul followed up on Twitter after the game: “Wanna fine players for saying stuff to the fans but the fans can put they hands on our families….f*** that!!” Paul wrote.

The Mavericks later released a statement that said: “The Dallas Mavericks are aware of an incident between a fan and the family of Chris Paul. It was unacceptable behavior and will not be tolerated. The Mavericks, along with American Airlines Center, swiftly removed the fan from today’s game.”

The parents and family life of Chris Paul

Chris Paul’s wife and family often attend games. They were in attendance during the postseason last year when the Suns made the NBA Finals.

After one game, Chris said in an interview with Rachel Nicols: “It feels good. I wish my family and son could come down here.”

He then looked up to his family in the crowd.

After a win against the Denver Nuggets, Chris Paul went into the crowd to celebrate with his parents. Chris Paul’s parents were once again spotted in the crowd supporting their son. Charles and Robin Paul watched the entire playoffs.

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Charles and Robin Paul raised Chris and his brother CJ in North Carolina. His family were the ones who gave him the nickname ‘CP3’ before he even got to the NBA.

The nickname was given to him because his father and brother all share the initials ‘CP’.

Chris Paul’s wife Jada and their children

Chris also mentioned his wife and children. Jada Crawley grew up in North Carolina and they officially met at Wake Forest, where CP3 played two seasons. The pair were just 18 years old when they started dating, and have been together ever since.

They tied the knot in September 2011. Jada is a philanthropist and fashion Designer, as well as one of the founding members of the CP3 Foundation, which helps underprivileged families in North Carolina.

Chris and his wife Jada also have two children, Christopher Emmanuel Paul II and Camryn Alexis Paul.

Christopher Emmanuel Paul II was born on 23 May 2009. Camryn Alexis Paul was born on 16 August 2012.

While Paul didn’t have time to name every family member, his older brother CJ Paul is also a big supporter of his.

Charles Edward Paul Jr, to use his full name, played college basketball for USC Upstate Spartans and Hampton Pirates.

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Joshua is a senior sports writer with over four years' experience in online writing. He graduated with a BA in Ancient History from The University of Manchester before receiving an MA in Sports Journalism from The University of Central Lancashire. He became a trending writer for a leading social publisher and later spent time covering the 2018 World Cup for The Mirror Online. He then moved to a social marketing agency where he acted as website editor. His specialties on The Focus include F1, tennis, NBA, NFL and combat sports.