Few can orchestrate an offense like Chris Paul. Since the Clippers point guard entered the league in 2005, he’s shown an uncanny knack for distributing the rock. His court savvy has helped him racked up a career average of 9.9 assists per game. Couple that with a career turnover rate of only 2.4 mistakes a night, and you get someone who is pretty, pretty good (H/T Larry David) at basketball. Here’s a closer look:
Chris Paul leads the break with the utmost efficiency, using his speed and vision to get his teammates an easy bucket.
You know the moniker. Paul sees an opening at the rim, launches a perfect pass in the air and DeAndre Jordan or Blake Griffin (even Ryan Hollins) connect for the dunk.
The Pick and Roll
It’s an exact science. Paul’s an ace at using or denying the screen. Set a pick for Paul, roll to the basket, and next thing you know, the Clippers score two points.
Once a shooter is freed up, Paul is destined to find him for an open look.
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