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Shannon Sharpe: CP3 not winning the Finals doesn’t diminish his greatness, but gives him harsh criticism I UNDISPUTED

Chris Paul will have to continue his quest for a championship after the Phoenix Suns lost four straight to the Milwaukee Bucks in the Finals. When talking about all-time greats who haven’t won a ring, Monty Williams came to his point guard’s defense last night, saying quote ‘I don’t think any of those guys who are in that category are appreciated enough; it’s laughable when you talk about guys like Chris who’ve had these unreal careers and yet they get penalized because they haven’t won a title.’ Shannon Sharpe explains why CP3’s reputation ‘shouldn’t be diminished, but that he deserves to be harshly critiqued.’

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:57

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Chris Broussard: CP3 is responsible for the Suns’ losses with his foul on Giannis & lack of help for Devin Booker I UNDISPUTED

After winning Games 1 and 2, the Phoenix Suns have now dropped three straight and find themselves on the brink of losing the Finals to the Milwaukee Bucks. Chris Paul said Phoenix needs to quote ‘regroup’ after the three losses and focus on Game 6. Chris Broussard explains why even though he does not have a specific person to blame, he chooses CP3 as the reason for the Suns losing three straight games.

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Emmanuel Acho: I trust CP3 mentally, but not physically heading into GM 5 I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The NBA Finals are tied 2-2 after the Phoenix Suns lost in Game 4. Chris Paul had his worst offensive performance since the first round, finishing with only 10 points and five turnovers. Game 5 is back in Phoenix tomorrow evening and CP3 is 8-11 in Game 5’s throughout his career. Emmanuel Acho explains why he trusts CP3 ‘mentally, but not physically with his ailing body.’

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・1:30

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Mario Chalmers talks Bucks – Suns series, CP3 as a mentor, NBA comeback I THE HERD

Mario Chalmers joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the NBA Finals and breaks down the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns’ success in the series. Hear what the two-time Finals Champion has to say about his first time meeting his mentor Chris Paul and his message to the Los Angeles Lakers and league about making a comeback.

44 MINUTES AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・1:28

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Skip Bayless: I expect the Suns to win GM 5, but CP3, the ‘Point God’ is now the wild card of the series I UNDISPUTED

The Phoenix Suns are looking to bounce back from Wednesday’s brutal loss ahead of Game 5 on their home floor tonight. FOX Bet Sportsbook has the Suns as slight favorites to take a series lead, but they’ll need a bigger contribution out of Chris Paul, who was held to just 10 points on 5-of-13 shooting while also committing a costly late turnover in Game 4. Skip Bayless shares his expectations for the Point God and Suns in Game 5.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:32

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Marcellus Wiley: CP3 is the Finals’ most important player because his play affects the Suns’ outcome I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Devin Booker scored a game-high 42 points last night in Game 4, but it wasn’t enough. His teammate Chris Paul dropped 32 points in their Game 1 win, but had five turnovers in Game 4. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a key block shot and leads the NBA Finals with over 32 points per game. His running mate Khris Middleton led the Bucks with a team-high 40 points last night. Marcellus Wiley explains why CP3 is the most important player in the Finals and ‘the little engine that could.’

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Michael Redd talks the key to a Bucks’ GM 4 win, playing with CP3 on 2008 Gold Medal team, Team USA’s struggles I THE HERD

Former NBA All-Star Michael Redd joins Colin Cowherd to break down the keys to success for the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 and the rest of the Finals. Hear what the former Buck has to say about Chris Paul and reminisces his time playing with the point guard on Team USA’s 2008 gold medal squad. He also breaks down the current team’s struggles heading into the Tokyo Olympics and compares how the 2008 squad played together by evaluating the current U.S. basketball system, including AAU.

AN HOUR AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・3:41

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“Booker and CP3 were sensational” — Shannon Sharpe on the Suns’ Game 2 win over Bucks ‘ UNDISPUTED

The Phoenix Suns took advantage of home court advantage and went up 2-0 last night with a 118-to-108 win over the Milwaukee Bucks last night. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a game-high 42 points but it was the Suns combination of 81 points from Devin Booker, Chris Paul and Mikal Bridges that was too much for Milwaukee to handle. Hear what Shannon Sharpe has to say about the Suns’ big win in Game 2.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:23

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Shannon Sharpe disagrees with Devin Booker calling CP3 the ‘greatest leader to play the game’ ‘ UNDISPUTED

Chris Paul has remained red-hot and followed up his 41-point game last round with a 32-point Game 1 performance last night in the NBA Finals. After the game, Devin Booker had high praise for his veteran teammate calling CP3 ‘the greatest leader to play this game.’ Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe weigh in on Booker’s comments. Shannon lists LeBron James, Magic Johnson and Bill Russell as better leaders than CP3.

29 MINUTES AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:32

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Nick Wright decides whether Giannis or CP3 is more crucial for the outcome of NBA Finals ‘ FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Phoenix Suns defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 118-105 in Game 1, despite the surprising return of Giannis Antetokounmpo, who’d been cleared to play after an injury to his knee. Giannis may not have been 100%, but he was explosive, scoring 20 points and had 17 rebounds. But Chris Paul had an answer with 32 points of his own, and 8 assists. Nick Wright, Brandon Marshall and Kevin Wildes decide which will dictate the outcome of this series more moving forward: CP3 or Giannis.

20 MINUTES AGO・First Things First・1:46

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