What worked for Chris Paul in NBA Finals Game 1? | The Jump

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Dave McMenamin joins Matt Barnes, Michael Wilbon and Rachel Nichols to discuss what worked for Chris Paul in Game 1, if we are seeing a different Devin Booker and the impact of Dario Saric’s torn ACL for the Suns.

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