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Chris Paul Reveals Until When He Will Play In The NBA: "I'm Going To Play Until God Willing Or My Kids Tell Me, 'Daddy, You're Embarrassing Us'"

Chris Paul Reveals Until When He Will Play In The NBA: "I'm Going To Play Until God Willing Or My Kids Tell Me, 'Daddy, You're Embarrassing Us'"

Chris Paul has been in the league for a long time. The current Phoenix Suns superstar entered the NBA back in 2003 and since then has been one of the top players in the league. Despite spending almost two decades in the league, he is yet to win an NBA championship.

Not that he hasn't had help around him. His stint with the Houston Rockets was arguably his best chance of getting a ring. Unfortunately, that as well ended in disappointment due to recurring injury troubles. He later briefly joined the Oklahoma City Thunder and proved he is still one of the best guards in the league.

As a result, the Phoenix Suns added the future Hall of Famer to the roster and it did wonders for them. The Suns made it to the NBA Finals last season and CP3's leadership played a crucial part in that postseason run. 

This brings us to this season and Paul is now 36-years-olds, but he is still yet to show any signs of hanging his sneakers. Upon being asked about his future in the league, CP3 gave a pretty solid answer.

"I'm playing until God willing, and he says 'You need to sit down somewhere' or my kids tell me, 'Daddy you are embarrassing us.'"

It is quite evident CP3 has no plans to retire, at least not anytime soon. Moreover, his stint with the Suns might be his last shot to win an NBA championship before calling it a day.

The Suns are one of the top contenders in the West with a core of Chris Paul, Devin Booker, and Deandre Ayton. With the leadership of Chris, the two young stars have blossomed into amazing players.

The organization would expect more of the same from them since they are the future of the franchise. As for Paul, if he can keep up with what he did last season, it would be more than enough.

But it won't be easy, since there are several teams in the West that are eyeing the ultimate trophy this season and they have the tools to do so.