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Chris Paul said it's "unacceptable" if Donald Sterling is still the owner of the team when the season begins and he could sit out in an effort to boycott the Clippers.

"That's something me and Doc are both talking about," Paul said. "Something has to happen, and something needs to happen soon -- sooner rather than later." Donald Sterling keeps dragging this drama out with multiple lawsuits, but the NBA seems like they'll take over the Clippers on Sept. 15.

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Chris Paul made the 2013-14 NBA All-Defensive First Team.

The Clippers had the fifth best defense against point guards, and Paul lead the league in steals with 2.5 per game.

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Chris Paul played well in Thursday's season-ending loss to the Thunder on Thursday with 25 points, seven rebounds, 11 assists, one steal and two 3-pointers.

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Chris Paul disagreed with current Clippers owner Donald Sterling's statement that his players still love him.

In reacting to Sterling's CNN interview with Anderson Cooper, Paul didn't agree with Sterling's assessment that his players still love him. "I don't know about all that. We're here. We're focused," Paul said. "I love my wife, my kids, my family, my teammates. Yeah." With the Clippers and Thunder deadlocked heading into Tuesday's Game 5, the Clippers and Paul can't seem to escape the specter of Sterling's comments that have put his ownership of the team in jeopardy and will have to quickly shift their focus from their embattled owner to the formidable Thunder.

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Chris Paul scored 17 points with five rebounds, 11 assists, three steals and two 3-pointers in 31 minutes vs. the Thunder during Wednesday's Game 2 loss.

He got into a bit of foul trouble and wasn't as confident with his stroke as he was on Monday. Paul received a technical foul on the bench in the fourth quarter, which upset coach Doc Rivers during the blowout. This was one of his worst games on the defensive end, but it probably has little to do with the hamstring injury that bothered him in the first round vs. the Warriors.

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Chris Paul had one of the best offensive games of his career during Monday's easy 122-105 win over the Thunder, making 12-of-14 from the field for 32 points with, two boards, 10 assists, eight 3-pointers and two turnovers.

The eight treys gave him an absurd effective field goal percentage of 114.3. His eight treys were a career high and it was also just the fourth time he's turned in a effective field goal percent greater than 100 in his career, so it's not much of a stretch to say this was his best offensive game ever. He's obviously not going to be this hot, but the Clippers were in complete control in half-court sets tonight with only 10 of their 122 points coming via fast-break. The led the NBA in offensive efficiency during the regular season and coach Scott Brooks found out why quickly tonight.

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Chris Paul said that his hamstring is fine as the Clippers gear up for the second round of the playoffs.

CP3 fought through his injury vs. the Warriors and posted 22 points, 14 assists and four steals in Game 7, and the Clippers will only go as far as he's able to take them this postseason. His hamstring injury is still on the radar, but for now it appears he'll play without limitations.

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Chris Paul labored through his hamstring injury during Game 7's 126-121 over the Warriors, scoring 22 points with two boards, 14 assists, four steals and one 3-pointer.

It was probably his best game of the series on his way to his 23rd postseason double-double. Paul attempted 5.7 attempts per game from beyond the arc in this series, which has been an added focus to his game considering he shot just 3.4 per game during the regular season. Paul won't get much time to rest up for Game 1 against the Thunder on Monday. As a side note, all three home teams won today and are now 94-24 during Game 7s in NBA history.

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Chris Paul is playing through a thumb injury on his right (shooting) hand.

Perhaps it's one of the reasons Paul is shooting just 40.2 percent in the series, way off his career mark of 47.2 percent. The woes culminated in an ugly nine-point outing in Thursday's Game 6 loss. Paul has also been battling a hamstring issue throughout the series, but he's obviously going to play in Game 7. We'd just be a little wary of expecting the CP3 we all know to suddenly show up and dominate.

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Chris Paul battled through leg and hand issues during Thursday's 100-99 loss to the Warriors, finishing with nine boards, five rebounds, eight assists and two 3-pointers in 34 minutes.

The training staff spent a lot time working on his left hand, but there was no word of Paul getting an X-ray. He's also been dealing with a hamstring strain for the entire postseason and tonight may have been his toughest test. CP3 hasn't been at his best in this entire series and he'll look to get it going in Game 7 on Saturday. There should be plenty of updates on his status in the next couple days.