Chris Paul Scores Playoff CAREER HIGH 41 Points

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The Rockets defeated the Jazz, 112-102 tonight in Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals to win the series 4-1. Chris Paul led all scorers with a playoff career-high 41 points (20 in 4th quarter, new playoff franchise record for points in a quarter) along with 10 assists and 7 rebounds for the Rockets, while Donovan Mitchell finished with a team-high 24 points (22 in 3rd quarter) to go with 9 assists for the Jazz in the losing effort.

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44 thoughts on “Chris Paul Scores Playoff CAREER HIGH 41 Points”

  1. It took 13 years, 2 TO that cost the Clippers Game 5 against the Thunder in 2014, a blown 3-1 lead in 2015, a first-round exit to a team that got swept this year in 2016, another first-round exit to the team you just beat in 2017, a trade to a not cursed team, but we finally made it…to the WCF…Do me proud man, you deserve a ring.

  2. Who I want to win
    1. SA
    2. D Mitchell
    3. Giannis
    4. AD bouta get raped
    5. Tired of having to root for lebronto but he’s the underdog and goat always putting on a show

  3. I’m a rockets fan but I gotta admit after watching this series Donovan Mitchell is going to be scary for NBA teams, very scary. I can’t actually believe this is his rookie year.

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