How did the 1st “6th man” match of Chris Paul’s career go?

Tonight Chris Paul, for the first time in his NBA career, considering only the games where he played, did not start in the quintet, but came off the bench as the sixth man. In his place was included in the starting five of the Golden State Warriors Draymond Green, who was absent in the previous 2 games because he was finishing up an injury.

Chris Paul was on the court 27 minutes and 25 seconds and finished with 8 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists. Not incredible numbers however his team won and that is what matters to CP3 because he wants the first ring of his career with the San Francisco franchise. The Warriors beat the Houston Rockets with a final score of 106 to 95.

The best man on the court in this contest was the Warriors’ starting point guard, viz. Steph Curry, who put up 24 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. Klay also did well. Thompson, who wrote 19 in just over 29 minutes of play.

Let’s see if Chris Paul will accept this “comprimario” role in order to win and not create problems. Theoretically he knew this was the case, but between theory and practice there is a lot of water under the bridge.

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