Rockets Vs Warriors: Chris Paul’s Game 6 Status In Question

Warriors list Thompson Iguodala as questionable for Game 5

Warriors list Thompson Iguodala as questionable for Game 5

Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul has been ruled out with a leg injury for Saturday's Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals playoff game in Golden State.

Paul had been having a bad game up until the shot in the third quarter.

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Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant reacts in the final seconds of the team's 98-94 loss to the Houston Rockets in Game 5 of the NBA basketball playoffs Western Conference finals in Houston. "We'll be all right".

There was hope that some rest would allow Paul to recover in time for Game 6, which is set for 8 p.m. Saturday night, but word is already getting out that he won't make it. Take, for instance, the well-documented blow up Green had with Steve Kerr during a game against Oklahoma City in 2016. He did not play the rest of the game. "He'll be evaluated tomorrow, but obviously you saw him limp off, and he's a tough guy", D'Antoni said, per ESPN. "They'll do whatever they can do". The bulk of his offensive touches have come in the post area, and Houston has done a great job of suffocating him in an area of the court that is hard to survey. If he isn't, we have enough guys; it's time for somebody else to step up. "Just too many turnovers, too many reaches, and if we settle down a little bit, we're going to be in really good shape". The legendary point guard has been a joy to watch over the past 13 years, and to see a shot at closing out the dynasty Warriors and a potential National Basketball Association title potentially taken away now is just the worst.

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