Chris Paul does crazy stunts in Timberwolves vs. Suns; Twitter praises workmanship »FirstSportz
Even though Chris Paul is one of the oldest players in the 2021-22 NBA Season, he’s still one of the most creative. Known as God Points, CP3’s ability to play and pass needs no introduction. Debuting with his best ever season with Phoenix, the veteran enters the 2021-22 season with high hopes. And the Timberwolves vs Suns showdown was one where Chris Paul got fans to his feet with an epic kick.
Paul has shown that he is a big player and will lead the Phoenix Suns’ youth squad against all odds. With the likes of Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton leading the army on multiple occasions, Paul has been seen as inspiring the team with his unconventional plays whenever they’re under pressure and in the Timberwolves vs Suns, the ‘movements’ his pseudo’ just denotes that CP3 can never be predicted.
Chris Paul exploits Minnesota Timberwolves with crazy stunts
In a quick dash, Chris Paul had the ball, leading the opponent. With a teammate behind, it looked like he would pass the ball from between his legs in an attempt to get a standout dribble. At least that’s what the Timberwolves defender (Anthony Edwards) thought, until Chris Paul performed a unique fake move to dodge the defender and embarrass him.
Talk about Timberwolves vs Suns game, CP3 scored 21 points, while the leading team was Devin Booker with 29 points. To get a 99-96 victory away, Deandre Ayton also had to step up when he scored 22 points. On the other hand, Karl Anthony Towns seems to be the only scorer for the team with 35 points.
Having said that, let’s see how hoop fans recognize and praise Chris Paul.
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