Chris Paul totaled ten points (5-13 FG, 0-2 3PT, 0-2 FT), four rebounds, and seven assists in the Suns’ 109-103 loss to the Bucks on Wednesday.
Paul will look to turn things around after the Suns' Game Four loss to the Bucks, as he continued to regress in his overall productivity leading to another underwhelming real and fantasy performance. Outside of the Suns' First Round against the Lakers, Paul has rarely shown a trend of production regression all year, and the fact that he is doing so at this point in the team's post-season campaign could be concerning. The silver lining could be seen as his ability to maintain his assists and rebound productivity, arguably the core of his value. Paul hasn’t been shooting, and he hasn't been making his shots as consistently these past two games, which hopefully changes with the series heading back Phoenix. There is no doubt that Paul will look to make up for his costly turnover in Game Four; if he can respond and not react, it could be possible that Paul and the Suns recover in a big way. He remains a top fantasy play to consider given his elite athletic pedigree, experience, competitiveness, leadership, and the importance of this moment to his legacy.