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Chris Paul: Not Done Yet


  • Chris Paul confirms he’s not retiring despite Warriors’ playoff exit.
  • Averages this season: 9.2 points, 3.9 rebounds, 6.8 assists.
  • Future with Warriors uncertain as contract is non-guaranteed.

Chris Paul has made it crystal clear; he’s not ready to hang up his sneakers just yet. After a disappointing loss that saw the Golden State Warriors ousted from the playoffs, Paul, at 38, is still fiercely committed to the game. “This isn’t it. I know it for sure,” Paul stated emphatically to Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

In a season that could be described as turbulent for the Warriors, Paul contributed solidly with averages that still echo his veteran savvy—9.2 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 6.8 assists per game. Despite these numbers and his age, his future with the Warriors hangs in the balance, his contract for the 2024-25 season being non-guaranteed.

Since being drafted fourth overall in 2005, Paul’s career has been nothing short of illustrious. With stints at New Orleans, LA Clippers, Phoenix, Houston, and Oklahoma City, his career averages—17.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 9.4 assists—are a testament to his enduring skill and leadership.

What’s Next?

As the dust settles on the Warriors’ season, the question remains: where will Chris Paul go if Golden State decides to part ways? His performance suggests he could be a valuable asset to any team, Warriors included.

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Stay tuned on The Daily Baller as we follow where CP3’s unwavering drive takes him next in the NBA saga.

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