Pay per head sportsbooks and many fans following the LA Clippers were very concerned when they found out that on Wednesday night, point guard Chris Paul suffered a strained right hamstring in the third quarter of the Clippers’ 93-80 victory over the New York Knicks, and the player was not able to return to the game.
Late in the fourth quarter, trainers cleared Paul to return to the game, and he said that he would play against the Sacramento Kings on Friday. The player’s fans and pay per head sportsbooks certainly hope so, and many are confident that he’ll make it.
“I think he’s doing good,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “[Clippers trainer Jasen Powell] said he could have come back in but there was no chance he was coming back in. Chris has told me already twice that he’ll be ready for Friday but that doesn’t mean that that’s true. That’s just what he said.”
Price per head services saw that Paul, who in 26 minutes had 15 points and seven assists, ended up leaving the game with 3:19 left in the third quarter, and the player went back to the locker room. Late in the fourth quarter He returned to the team’s bench with a heavily taped right hamstring. The Clippers took a commanding lead at that point, and he did not need to play again that evening, but his fans were still very worried when they saw that he did not return to action.
“I just strained my hamstring a little bit but I’m all right,” Paul said. “I went to the back and I was on the bike watching the game. I came back and I told Doc if you need me I can go. It’s a little tight but I’ll be ready Friday.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks would like to see the player make a swift recovery, and fans everywhere hope that he returns to the court as soon as possible.