In the last several years, Chris Paul has established himself as arguably the best point guard in the NBA. He has continued dazzle on the court on a nightly basis. Paul was once again at it against the Miami Heat showing off his incredible handles.
Paul clearly still has the elite ability on the court putting Rodney McGruder in no man’s land. The 31-year-old has continued to show that he has plenty left in the tank to make plays like this on a regular basis. Although Paul isn’t as flashy as other point guards in the league like Stephen Curry or Kyrie Irving, he certainly has the same unique skill set with his ball handling.
Paul is in the midst of another highly productive campaign averaging 17.6 points, 9.6 assists, and 2.2 steals per game. This includes recently moving into 10th all-time career assists and 15th all-time in career steals. When it’s all said and done, Paul may put together a first-ballot Hall of Fame career.