When Chris Paul has to score, he'll score. But, he'd rather pass.
And his teammates followed his lead.

Friday night in Cleveland, Paul and the Clippers showed off their unselfishness, zipping the ball all over the court in a 105-89 victory over the Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena.
"It's fun when you're playing like that," Paul said. "I think the biggest thing with our team is that we keep talking about making the extra pass.
"As long as you play the right way, good things are going to happen."
Paul and the Clippers even wasted a few possessions making "the extra pass," resulting in shot clock violations.
"That happens," Paul said. "At the end of the day, you'd rather be playing like that than everybody out there bickering because of ball-hogging."
Paul led the Clippers with 15 assists one night after scoring 29 points on 18 shots in a victory at Indiana.
With Paul scoring 11 Friday, Jamal Crawford led a group of five other Clippers in double figures with 24 points. Blake Griffin added 16, Caron Butler scored 13 and DeAndre Jordan and Lamar Odom had 10 each.

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