Houston's Chris Paul Schools Golden State Defense with Fancy Dribbling Skills

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistJanuary 5, 2018

Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul provided multiple dribbling clinics during Thursday's game against the Golden State Warriors at Toyota Center. 

With under six minutes remaining in the first quarter, Golden State rookie Jordan Bell faced Paul one-on-one. 

The first-year pro did well to hang with the 32-year-old despite Paul's fancy dribbling techniques before biting on a pump fake. Paul drained the bucket and earned a trip to the charity stripe. 

In the final two minutes of the opening half, Paul schooled Golden State guard Patrick McCaw when he froze the defender with a hesitation move before driving to the rim for a layup. 

CP3 is still handing out lessons 13 seasons into his career. 

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