Chris Paul is the leader for the Los Angeles Clippers and one of the best point guards in the NBA. Paul recently returned from his December hamstring injury to take charge of the ship, once again, and steer the Clippers in the right direction to the playoffs.
Things were looking up for the Clippers with Paul back in action and their second superstar, Blake Griffin, returning in late Janurary to create a full LA Clippers team. However on Monday night against the Thunder, Paul tore a ligament in his left thumb that requires surgery and is expecting to miss 6-8 weeks of play time.
Given his track record of untimely injuries and short playoff runs, is Paul the NBA’s unluckiest superstar?
Catch you Monday.