Chris Paul’s Absence: Latest Injury Update for Warriors Veteran Against OKC Thunder (Dec. 8)

Chris Paul will miss tonight’s game between the Golden State Warriors and OKC Thunder at Paycom Center. The 12x NBA All-Star will miss tonight’s contest despite not being on the injury report. Coach Steve Kerr said Paul was dealing with an illness earlier today, leading to the veteran’s absence against one of his former teams.

Paul had just returned the previous game after sustaining a quad injury during the Warriors’ 124-123 NBA In-Season Tournament loss to the Sacramento Kings on Nov. 28. CP3 missed two games against the LA Clippers before returning in the 110-106 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday.

Paul played 20 minutes, tallying two points, three rebounds and six assists off the bench. The absence means he will need time to get back into game condition and restore his usual production. Paul is averaging 8.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 7.2 assists per game in 19 outings, seven as a starter.

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