PG Rank – # 2
Position – PG | 6′ 0″, 195 lbs | Los Angeles Clippers
Born – May 6, 1985 in Winston-salem, NC
Drafted – 2005: 1st Rnd, 4th by NO
College – Wake Forrest
Experience – 10 years
Sports Unbiased Staff G.F.R. Analysis
Keith Rivas – Had their been more contribution from his Clippers’ team as a whole, Chris Paul would finally experience the deep playoff run he deserves. Okay, correction, more than deserves.
Single-handedly, despite being pretty badly banged up, Paul led LA to a seven game stunning victory over the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. Imagine what he could do now that he’s got Paul Pierce and Lance Stephenson to help him out.
Ben Buchanan – Chris Paul is arguably the face of consistency in the NBA. Every year except for 1 with the Clippers he’s put up 19 PPG, he’s got a great mid-range game and is a very polished player. What makes Paul so special though is his passing ability, not only is he arguably the best passer in the game, but he led the league in Assists per game in 2014-2015 at 10.2. Paul’s pass first mentality is what makes him so special.
Steve Turner – Chris Paul is the best passer in the league, hands down. He’s an incredible leader and scorer, which really just makes him a threat whenever he steps on the court. He has what it takes to lead a team to a championship and I think it’s only a matter of time until he does that.
Sauping R. Arguello – Paul has been overthrown by the new number one but his overall play is still second to none. He has all the tools a point guard needs as he can pass effortlessly, shoot effectively, dribble flawlessly, hound the opposing player on defense and excellent leadership skills on the floor. His knock has been on not being able to advance in the postseason and ultimately leading his team to a championship.