People who ignored CBS’ Chris Paul, reflect on themselves
Chris Paul (36, Phoenix Suns) was selected as the 11th All-Star of the NBA in the U.S. professional basketball on the 24th (Korea time). Local broadcaster CBS said, “Those who ignored it a few years ago, ‘I’m out of touch,’ must realize how terrible a mistake it was.”
Paul was eliminated from both the All-NBA 15 and All-Star 24-man roster for the 2018-19 season. CBS said that the player has been performing for two consecutive years to shame those who judged that their heyday was past, saying, “It’s over now.”
CBS said, “The Phoenix is ranked in the fourth place in the 2020-21 NBA overall winning rate, even though the three losses in overtime can be psychologically and physically dampened.” Utah Jazz and Suns are the only teams that rank in the top eight in both defense and offense in the East and West conferences. “I think we’re still a team that deserves serious attention.”
Phoenix remained in 10th place in the 2019-20 NBA Western Conference with 34 wins, 39 losses and 0.466, but this season, when Paul was brought in, he is chasing the overall leader Utah Jazz (0.806) by 4.5 games with a 20-10 loss winning rate 토토사이트
“It’s simple,” CBS said. “Paul did it. “A good team makes it better and fixes it if it’s a broken team,” he said, defining the “Chris Paul” effect, which is necessarily mentioned when discussing NBA’s all-time point guard ranking.
Paul led the Oklahoma City Thunder to fifth place in the Western Conference in the 2019-20 season and was re-elected as an All-NBA 2nd team.