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NBA news: Suns’ Chris Paul out for 6-8 weeks due to fractured thumb

NBA news: Suns shared that an MRI revealed Paul suffered an avulsion fracture of his right thumb during Wednesday's win over LA Clippers.

NBA news: Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb.

The Phoenix Suns, who have the best record in the NBA this season at 48-10, will be without their All-Star point guard for the next 6 to 8 weeks. In a game against the Houston Rockets, Chris Paul jammed his thumb. And it looks that the injury will take a long time to recover. What is the prognosis? Avulsion fracture of the right thumb.

When Chris Paul fired a fastball with the purpose of connecting with Deandre Ayton in the paint on February 16. The injury didn’t look good, as most injuries do. The Suns were in a dogfight with the Houston Rockets. And Paul was once again attempting to lead his team to victory with 9:15 remaining in the third quarter.

His right hand collided with Jae’Sean Tate’s forearm when he fired the throw to Ayton. He groaned in pain and grasped his phalange, then said a few choice words about official JT Orr.

Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb
Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb

His outburst resulted in his dismissal. However, attention rapidly shifted away from an early exit and toward the prospect of an injured point guard.

The next day, Chris Paul will board an aircraft bound for Los Angeles, California, for an MRI on his injured right hand. The period of recuperation would be determined by those findings, which were made public today.

NBA news: What is the future of the Phoenix Suns now?

Chris Paul has dealt with wrist and hand issues before. Who can forget Chris Paul’s hand fracture in Game 4 of the 2016 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers? Due to his injuries, he was unable to participate in the Clippers’ playoffs, despite the fact that they were a highly talented squad.

Paul injured his left thumb while playing in a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in January of 2017. He tore a ligament in his hand, which forced him to miss the following 14 games for the Los Angeles Clippers.

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The 36-year-old Point God is no stranger to a broken hand. He’ll be rooting for his squad from the sidelines once more, hoping that they can keep the ship he’s steeped in the correct way.

When he dealt guard Aaron Holiday to the Washington Wizards at the deadline, he bolstered the Suns’ backcourt. For obvious reasons, he did this. The back court’s injuries have been stacking up. With a wrist injury, Cameron Payne has missed the previous 12 games. Landry Shamet has not played since spraining his ankle on January 30.

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With Paul away for an extended amount of time, Booker now has a chance to shine. Will he be able to lead the Phoenix Suns to a league-best record while also surviving and succeeding in the absence of Chris Paul? If that’s the case, rumors about his candidacy for the prize may start to circulate.

NBA news: Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb.

The Phoenix Suns, who have the best record in the NBA this season at 48-10, will be without their All-Star point guard for the next 6 to 8 weeks. In a game against the Houston Rockets, Chris Paul jammed his thumb. And it looks that the injury will take a long time to recover. What is the prognosis? Avulsion fracture of the right thumb.

When Chris Paul fired a fastball with the purpose of connecting with Deandre Ayton in the paint on February 16. The injury didn’t look good, as most injuries do. The Suns were in a dogfight with the Houston Rockets. And Paul was once again attempting to lead his team to victory with 9:15 remaining in the third quarter.

His right hand collided with Jae’Sean Tate’s forearm when he fired the throw to Ayton. He groaned in pain and grasped his phalange, then said a few choice words about official JT Orr.

Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb
Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb

His outburst resulted in his dismissal. However, attention rapidly shifted away from an early exit and toward the prospect of an injured point guard.

The next day, Chris Paul will board an aircraft bound for Los Angeles, California, for an MRI on his injured right hand. The period of recuperation would be determined by those findings, which were made public today.

NBA news: What is the future of the Phoenix Suns now?

Chris Paul has dealt with wrist and hand issues before. Who can forget Chris Paul’s hand fracture in Game 4 of the 2016 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers? Due to his injuries, he was unable to participate in the Clippers’ playoffs, despite the fact that they were a highly talented squad.

Paul injured his left thumb while playing in a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in January of 2017. He tore a ligament in his hand, which forced him to miss the following 14 games for the Los Angeles Clippers.

The 36-year-old Point God is no stranger to a broken hand. He’ll be rooting for his squad from the sidelines once more, hoping that they can keep the ship he’s steeped in the correct way.

When he dealt guard Aaron Holiday to the Washington Wizards at the deadline, he bolstered the Suns’ backcourt. For obvious reasons, he did this. The back court’s injuries have been stacking up. With a wrist injury, Cameron Payne has missed the previous 12 games. Landry Shamet has not played since spraining his ankle on January 30.

With Paul away for an extended amount of time, Booker now has a chance to shine. Will he be able to lead the Phoenix Suns to a league-best record while also surviving and succeeding in the absence of Chris Paul? If that’s the case, rumors about his candidacy for the prize may start to circulate.

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NBA news: Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb.

The Phoenix Suns, who have the best record in the NBA this season at 48-10, will be without their All-Star point guard for the next 6 to 8 weeks. In a game against the Houston Rockets, Chris Paul jammed his thumb. And it looks that the injury will take a long time to recover. What is the prognosis? Avulsion fracture of the right thumb.

When Chris Paul fired a fastball with the purpose of connecting with Deandre Ayton in the paint on February 16. The injury didn’t look good, as most injuries do. The Suns were in a dogfight with the Houston Rockets. And Paul was once again attempting to lead his team to victory with 9:15 remaining in the third quarter.

His right hand collided with Jae’Sean Tate’s forearm when he fired the throw to Ayton. He groaned in pain and grasped his phalange, then said a few choice words about official JT Orr.

Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb
Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will be out for 6-8 weeks due to a fractured thumb

His outburst resulted in his dismissal. However, attention rapidly shifted away from an early exit and toward the prospect of an injured point guard.

The next day, Chris Paul will board an aircraft bound for Los Angeles, California, for an MRI on his injured right hand. The period of recuperation would be determined by those findings, which were made public today.

NBA news: What is the future of the Phoenix Suns now?

Chris Paul has dealt with wrist and hand issues before. Who can forget Chris Paul’s hand fracture in Game 4 of the 2016 Western Conference First Round against the Portland Trail Blazers? Due to his injuries, he was unable to participate in the Clippers’ playoffs, despite the fact that they were a highly talented squad.

Paul injured his left thumb while playing in a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in January of 2017. He tore a ligament in his hand, which forced him to miss the following 14 games for the Los Angeles Clippers.

The 36-year-old Point God is no stranger to a broken hand. He’ll be rooting for his squad from the sidelines once more, hoping that they can keep the ship he’s steeped in the correct way.

When he dealt guard Aaron Holiday to the Washington Wizards at the deadline, he bolstered the Suns’ backcourt. For obvious reasons, he did this. The back court’s injuries have been stacking up. With a wrist injury, Cameron Payne has missed the previous 12 games. Landry Shamet has not played since spraining his ankle on January 30.

With Paul away for an extended amount of time, Booker now has a chance to shine. Will he be able to lead the Phoenix Suns to a league-best record while also surviving and succeeding in the absence of Chris Paul? If that’s the case, rumors about his candidacy for the prize may start to circulate.

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