"I'm humbled that my fellow players have voted to have me continue as president of the NBPA," Paul said. "We've accomplished a lot these past few years, most notably successfully negotiating a new CBA while avoiding being locked out. But there's more work to be done.
"I look forward to helping new players understand and embrace everything the PA does for them, and working to create new opportunities for our players both on and off the court."
NBPA executive director Michele Roberts applauded the move.
"Chris' leadership has truly been remarkable, so we couldn't be happier to see him continue as our president," Roberts said. "With the most recent CBA behind us, we look forward to Chris' role in helping us protect and serve the best interests of our members."
The other members of the Executive Committee are LeBron James (first vice president), James Jones (secretary-treasurer), Carmelo Anthony, Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala and Anthony Tolliver (vice presidents).