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Jan 5, 2024 24 8 6 4
Jan 4, 2024 30 9 4 6
Jan 2, 2024 30 12 2 4
Dec 30, 2023 33 24 2 6
Dec 28, 2023 27 9 4 4

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2023 86827.1 27.6 8.9 7.2 3.8 0.1 1.1
2022 211735.9 32.0 13.9 8.9 4.3 0.4 1.5
2021 263340.5 32.9 14.7 10.8 4.4 0.3 1.9
3y Avg. 247238 31.9 15.0 9.5 4.3 0.3 1.6
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Close to return

    Paul (hand) won't play in Thursday's game against the Lakers, but he was a full participant in Wednesday's practice and took part in five-on-five drills, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports. Although coach Steve Kerr said Paul was "close" to returning, the staff would need to find out where Paul's conditioning is at and get him up to game speed. On Feb. 14, the Warriors announced that Paul would be taking part in portions of practice following the All-Star break, meaning that Paul appears to be ahead of schedule in his rehab with Wednesday's full practice. Until the veteran point guard can retake the floor, expect Brandin Podziemski and Lester Quinones to continue to see significant workloads.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Due for re-evaluation after break

    The Warriors announced Wednesday that Paul (hand) was recently re-evaluated and will intensify his on-court activities and take part in portions of practice after the All-Star break. In the statement, Golden State announced that Paul is due for another re-evaluation in 10 days, though it's unclear if the team was referring to 10 days from Wednesday or 10 days from when the team returns from the All-Star break. Whatever the case, Paul looks as though he'll require a ramp-up period of some length of time following the break, so fantasy managers shouldn't count on him returning to the court until some point in March. His continued absence should allow Brandin Podziemski to hold down a 20-plus-minute role as the Warriors' lead guard off the bench.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Making progress, but still out

    Paul (hand) took part in individual work after Tuesday's practice, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Paul fractured his non-shooting hand in early January and is due for another evaluation soon. It's encouraging that he's able to keep his conditioning levels up while rehabbing, but he presumably still has a few hurdles to clear before he's ready for full-contact drills.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: To be re-evaluated in two weeks

    Paul (hand) will be re-evaluated in two weeks, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Paul underwent surgery on his fractured left hand Jan. 9 and continues to make good progress. He's been cleared for light on-court work, but with this re-evaluation date, he'll be sidelined until at least Feb. 14 against the Clippers. However, it's possible the Warriors decide to hold him out through the All-Star break.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Will be re-evaluated in three weeks

    Paul underwent successful surgery Tuesday and will be re-evaluated in three weeks, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported Sunday that Paul would miss at least 4-to-6 weeks, which still may be accurate, but the team will provide another update after three weeks. The veteran point guard fractured his left hand during Friday's win over Detroit, and his absence will be a significant blow to a team clinging to the final Play-In spot. In Paul's absence, Brandin Podziemski and Moses Moody are logical candidates for increased usage, but Cory Joseph could also work his way into the rotation. The Warriors are also expected to get Draymond Green (suspension) back soon.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Expected to miss 4-6 weeks

    Paul (hand) will undergo surgery next week and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Paul fractured his left hand during Friday's win over Detroit, and while it was known that he'd require surgery, it was initially unclear how much time the veteran point guard would miss. The Warriors are barely holding on in the playoff picture, so Paul's absence is a huge blow, but he should be able to return to form for the stretch run. In Paul's stead, Brandin Podziemski and Moses Moody are logical candidates for increased usage, but Cory Joseph could also work his way into the rotation. The Warriors are also expected to get Draymond Green (suspension) back soon.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Suffers fractured left hand

    Paul suffered a fractured left hand during Friday's 113-109 win over Detroit and will undergo surgery next week, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports. He recorded eight points (3-5 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 0-1 FT), six rebounds and four assists in 24 minutes before exiting Friday's contest. A timeline for Paul's return won't be established until his surgery is completed, but the veteran point guard is most likely looking at an absence of several weeks. In the wake of Paul's absence, Steve Kerr mentioned after the game that Moses Moody could be more involved in the Golden State rotation moving forward, though Brandin Podziemski is the most logical choice to be plugged into the starting five while Paul is out and while Draymond Green (suspension) remains without a definitive return date.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Will not return Friday

    Paul will not return to Friday's game against the Pistons due to a left hand injury, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. He finished with eight points (3-5 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 0-1 FT), six rebounds, four assists and one block in 24 minutes. The severity of Paul's injury is to be determined, though he has a lengthy history of hand issues. Golden State's next game is Sunday against the Raptors, and Paul should be considered questionable for the time being. If he's forced to miss time, coach Steve Kerr could turn to Brandin Podziemski, Cory Joseph and Moses Moody to absorb Paul's minutes.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Tweaks left hand

    Paul appeared to tweak his left hand during Friday's game against Detroit and went back to the locker room in the third quarter, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Paul was flexing his hand in discomfort and walked to the back with a trainer. The Warriors have not provided an update, so it's unclear if he will return.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Solid playmaking in loss

    Paul logged nine points (4-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 0-1 FT), four rebounds and six assists in 30 minutes during Thursday's 130-127 loss to the Nuggets. Paul made his third straight start in Thursday's loss to the Nuggets. The veteran point guard is averaging 15.0 points, 5.3 assists and 2.7 rebounds in 31.0 minutes over that span. Impressively, Paul has recorded just one turnover across those three starts.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Single-digit scoring piling up

    Paul finished Thursday's 114-102 loss to Miami with nine points (3-6 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds and four assists in 27 minutes. Paul hasn't been great from the field all year, shooting just 39.7 percent overall and 31.0 percent from three, but he's in a profound slump lately. He's scored in double figures just once over the past seven games, averaging 6.1 points on 36.0 percent from the field and 20.0 percent from distance. The veteran has still operated well as a floor general during this stretch, with 8.4 assists to 1.6 turnovers per game, but he has just seven assists to four turnovers in the past two tilts. Paul's assist upside is too high for him to be dropped in standard fantasy leagues, but it seems like his days stepping up as a scorer are gone, especially since Golden State has needed an offensive punch all season.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Set to play Tuesday

    Paul (illness) is available for Tuesday's game versus the Celtics, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Paul has been upgraded from questionable to available Tuesday despite dealing with a non-COVID illness. The veteran point guard has averaged 7.0 points, 7.8 assists and 3.6 rebounds in 28.2 minutes across his last five appearances.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Battling illness

    Paul is questionable to play Tuesday versus Boston due to an illness. Paul was added to Monday night's injury report with a non-COVID illness. He logged a full 32-minute workload in Sunday's win over Portland but is at risk of missing his fourth game of the season Tuesday.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Steps up with double-double

    Paul supplied 15 points (5-8 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 2-3 FT), five rebounds, 11 assists and two steals over 30 minutes during Tuesday's 119-116 loss to the Suns. When Paul is dialed in, he gives the Warriors the extra spark they need to carry them into the second and fourth quarters, but his ability to fill the role has been uneven. An Illness and a leg injury have kept him off the floor recently, but a downturn in minutes was a culprit before his injury designation. Now that he is close to 100 percent, Paul should get back to his customary usage.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Healthy for Tuesday

    Paul (illness) has no injury designation in advance of Tuesday's game against Phoenix. Paul has appeared in just one contest since Nov. 28, missing two contests due to a lower leg contusion followed by a 20-minute return prior to sitting due to an illness. However, he'll miss only one game due to the illness and should reprise a 20-to-30 minute role versus the Suns on Tuesday. Paul posted six points and six assists in a Nov.22 matchup against Phoenix.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Expected to play

    Paul (illness) is expected to play in Tuesday's game against the Suns, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Paul was able to go through a full practice Monday and looks on track to return to action Tuesday after missing Friday's 138-136 loss to Oklahoma City due to the illness. An official update on Paul's status for Tuesday should be available when the Warriors release their injury report later Monday.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Practices Sunday

    Paul (illness) practiced Sunday, Ron Kroichick of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Paul was sidelined for Friday's loss to the Thunder due to an illness, but it appears he's cleared the aliment and should be good to go Tuesday in Phoenix. However, his official status for that game won't be known until Monday afternoon. While Paul returned to practice, Klay Thompson (illness) sat out, so the Warriors may still be without a key contributor.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Will not play Friday

    Paul (illness) will not play in Friday's game against the Thunder, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Paul started feeling under the weather Friday morning and was carrying a questionable tag before this update. Brandin Podziemski has played well for the second unit in recent weeks, so he could get extended playing time with Paul out. Cory Joseph hasn't seen the floor much for Golden State, but he may get an opportunity Friday.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Iffy against Oklahoma City

    Paul is listed as questionable for Friday's game versus the Thunder due to an illness. Paul's late addition to the injury report is a bad sign of his availability for Friday's contest. If the veteran point guard is ruled out, Cory Joseph and Brandin Podziemski are candidates to receive increased playing time.
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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Meager total in return

    Paul registered two points (1-4 FG, 0-2 3Pt), three rebounds and six assists in 20 minutes during Wednesday's 110-106 win over the Trail Blazers. The Warriors eased Paul back into action Wednesday, but he could be the antidote to what currently ails the team. Aside from Stephen Curry, the rest of the starting lineup is underperforming despite going 3-2 over the last five games. Paul has not recorded double-digit points since Nov. 20 against the Rockets, when he was still operating as a starter, and Paul's ability to move the ball is what's needed to provide a spark in the second unit.
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