That’s the Chris Paul’s most famous nickname after the typical “CP3″ and it’s as fitting a name as any nickname assigned to a NBA player outside of “Swaggy P”.
Last season year was typical for Chris Paul. Outside of the injuries, Paul once again showed why he’s the best point guard in the NBA. At the helm of the top-ranked offense (Clippers lead the NBA in offensive rating with 109.4), Paul did all that you could ask from him. When needed on offense, he put on remarkable offensive performances, averaging 19.1 points per game in 2013-14, his highest scoring output since his first season with the Clippers. When his teammates needed him, he fed them, putting them in the right positions to succeed along with wow’ing with his playmaking abilities, averaging 10.7 assists per game, his highest since the 2009-10 season. Defensively he was as good as he has been in the last few years, averaging 2.5 steals per game, his highest average in the category since the 2011-12 season.
Whatever you need from Paul, he delivered, and his top ten plays of the season encompass his best season as a NBA player since his MVP-esque year in 2008-09.
Enjoy his top-10 plays of the 2013-14 NBA season.