Would Chris Paul be a top-5 PG if he wins a ring? | First Take

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Would Chris Paul be a top-5 PG if he wins a ring? | First Take” – below is their description.

    Freddie Coleman and Monica McNutt join Charly Arnolt on First Take to discuss whether Chris Paul would be a top-5 point guard if he wins a ring following the Phoenix Suns sweeping the Denver Nuggets to advance to the Western Conference finals.

    0:00 Coleman reveals why CP3 is already among the top-5 point guards in NBA history.

    2:18 McNutt questions where the ring would vault Paul on the list of top point guards if the Suns win it all this season.

    3:30 Can Paul stay healthy going forward?

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