Price per Head Sportsbooks: Chris Paul hopes to make it to the All-Star game

Chris Paul,LA Clippers point guard Chris Paul, who since January 3 was on the sidelines with a separated right shoulder, will likely return on Sunday to the starting lineup when his team takes on the Philadelphia 76ers, and price per head sportsbooks see this as very good news.

Price per head sportsbooks found out that the player participated in shootarounds and contact drills, but in almost two weeks the Clippers did not hold full practice, which prevented him from practicing with the team.

Practice was cancelled by the Clippers on Thursday, and pay per head services learned that the team is expected to sit Paul for their game against the Toronto Raptors on Friday. If Paul is able to practice without any problems on Saturday, he will play on Sunday, and pay per head services hope that he makes it.

“He did some one-on-ones today at shootaround and looked pretty good, so I think he’s very close,” coach Doc Rivers said on Wednesday. “I don’t think he’ll play Friday but he could play after that. He took contact today in one-on-ones, but it’s still not a 5-on-5.”

Price per head sportsbooks learned that the player was voted as a reserve into the All-Star Game in New Orleans, and he recently said that he was planning on playing in the game because it will take place in the city where he played his first six seasons in the NBA, as well as his first All-Star Game in 2008.

“The All-Star Game is in New Orleans, and that’s a part of me,” Paul said. “That’s where I played my very first All-Star Game, and anytime you have that opportunity, I’m not going to pass it up, because it’s not guaranteed to happen next year.”

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Paul’s fans all over the world and pay per head services are knocking on wood, and can’t wait to see him back in action as soon as possible – hopefully on Sunday.