Thursday January 29th, 2015

During Wednesday night's game against the Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul appeared to run into an invisible wall. 

At least that is what it looked like at first glance.

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In reality, Paul was telling the referees that Jazz forward Gordon Hayward exaggerated the contact to draw a foul call. In the end, the touch foul didn't decide the game as Paul finished with  21 points and six assists to lead the Clippers to a 94-89 win on the road.

Paul is probably frustrated that the Clippers, despite a 32-14 record, are only tied for the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference and face a road heavy schedule to finish the season.

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- Josh Sanchez

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