Per Game Stats: 19.1ppg 10.2apg (League Leading) 4.6rpg 1.9spg 26.04per
Chris Paul nearly replicated his stats from last season but he did it more efficiently. Paul shot 48.5% from the field nearly 40% from beyond the arc (39.8) and 90% from the line. Although his shooting might have been overshadowed by some other guards like Stephen Curry, there is no denying that he is an elite shooter. Paul would be a shoe-in for first team and has made it before with worse seasons. But the strength of the guards this season holds him back. Paul still helped the Clippers win the Pacific Division for the second consecutive season and win 56 games. In the 7 game victory over the former champion Spurs, Paul averaged 22.7ppg 7.9apg 4.6rpg and 2.0spg. His 51-43-97 shooting slash during the series and the game-winning layup helped the Clippers advance to face Houston.