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Кристофер Эммануэль Пол

Кристофер Эммануэль Пол (англ. Christopher Emmanuel Paul; родился 6 мая 1985 года в Уинстон-Сейлеме, штат Северная Каролина) — американский профессиональный баскетболист, выступающий за команду Национальной баскетбольной ассоциации «Нью-Орлеан Хорнетс».

Биография

Пол успешно выступал за команду средней школы Вест-Форсайт, в 2003 году был включён в сборную звёзд школьной лиги и признан лучшим баскетболистом Северной Каролины. После окончания школы два года выступал за команду Уэйк-Форестского университета. В 2005 году был выбран на драфте НБА под четвёртым номером клубом «Нью-Орлеан Хорнетс», в дебютном сезоне стал лидером команды и был признан новичком года НБА. В сезоне 2007/2008 Пол улучшил свои показатели (21 очко и 11 передач в среднем за игру), принял участие в матче всех звёзд НБА, финишировал вторым в опросе, определяющем самого ценного игрока ассоциации, после Коби Брайанта и был включён в первую команду всех звёзд по итогам сезона. В том же сезоне впервые участвовал в плей-офф, где в упорной борьбе (4-3) в полуфинале Западной конференции «Хорнетс» уступили «Сан-Антонио Спёрс». По окончании сезона Пол подписал с командой новый контракт на 4 года, по которому он получит 68 млн долларов.

С 2006 года выступает за сборную США, в её составе бронзовый призёр чемпионата мира ФИБА 2006 года и олимпийский чемпион 2008 года.

Chris Paul

Christopher Emmanuel Paul (born May 6, 1985) is an American professional basketball point guard for the New Orleans Hornets.

Paul was born and raised in North Carolina. Despite only playing two varsity basketball seasons in high school, he was a McDonald's All-American and accepted a scholarship with nearby Wake Forest University. After his sophomore year with the Demon Deacons, he declared for the draft. Since being selected 4th overall in the 2005 NBA Draft by New Orleans, Paul has been a NBA Rookie of the Year (2006), a four-time All-Star, and an All-NBA and All-Defensive team honoree. He led the Hornets to the second round of the 2008 NBA Playoffs. He has also won an Olympic Gold Medal with the United States national basketball team.

Off the court, Paul is a notable ten-pin bowler and a sponsored spokesperson for the United States Bowling Congress (USBC). He has participated in numerous celebrity and youth bowling events as the head of the CP3 Foundation to benefit programs in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, and charities in Winston-Salem.

2010–11 season

The 2010–11 season was another All-Star selection season for Paul, making it his 4th consecutive. On March 6, 2011 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Paul collided with a Cavalier player and was motionless on the ground and had to be carried off by stretcher. He missed 2 straight games. In his return on March 12, 2011 against the Sacramento Kings, he scored a season high 33 points, and had 15 assists, 7 rebounds and 5 steals in the Hornets' 37th win of the season.

Awards and honors

NBA All-Star: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
All-NBA Team:
First Team: 2008
Second Team: 2009
NBA All-Defensive Team:
First Team: 2009
Second Team: 2008
NBA Rookie of the Year: 2006
NBA All-Rookie First Team: 2006
Bronze medal with Team USA, 2006 FIBA World Championship
Notched second place on ESPN's greatest player of the 2007–2008 regular season
Gold medal with Team USA, 2008 Summer Olympic Games

NBA records

Consecutive games with a steal: 108, April 13, 2007 to December 23, 2008

Fifth player in NBA history to lead the league in assists and steals in the same season
Don "Slick" Watts (Seattle SuperSonics, 1975–76), Don Buse (Indiana Pacers, 1976–77), Micheal Ray Richardson (New York Knicks, 1979–80), and John Stockton (Utah Jazz, 1988–89, 1991–92) also achieved this.

Only player in NBA history to lead the league in assists and steals in consecutive seasons (2007–08–2008–09)

2nd in NBA history

Seasons leading the league in steals: 2 (2007–08–2008–09)

Consecutive seasons leading the league in steals: 2 (2007–08–2008–09)

Steals, half: 7, first half, vs. Dallas Mavericks, February 20, 2008

Most games with at least one steal, season: 80 (2007–08)
Recorded a steal in every game in which he played.
Alvin Robertson recorded a steal in 81 of 82 games played in 1985–86, the NBA record.
Tied with Michael Jordan (80 steals in 1988–89)

3rd in NBA history

Highest average, assists per game, career: 10.0 (3,446/345)
Trailing Earvin "Magic" Johnson and John Stockton

Steals, game: 9, vs. Dallas Mavericks, February 20, 2008
New Orleans Hornets records

Regular season

Free throws made, career: 1,634

Highest average, assists per game, career: 10.0 (3,446/345)

Assists, season: 925 (2007–08) (11.6 apg)

Assists, game: 21, at Los Angeles Lakers, November 6, 2007

Assists, half: 14, second half, at Los Angeles Lakers, November 6, 2007

Games with 10 or more assists, season: 59 (2007–08)

Point-assist double-doubles, career: 150

Point-assist double-doubles, season: 56 (2007–08)

Point-assist double-doubles: 8, twice
 8, March 5, 2008 to March 19, 2008
 8, March 25, 2008 to April 6, 2008

Triple-doubles, career: 11

Triple-doubles, season: 6 (2008–09)

Steals, season: 217, 2007–08 (2.7 spg)

Steals, game: 9, vs. Dallas Mavericks, February 20, 2008

Steals, half: 7, first half, vs. Dallas Mavericks, February 20, 2008
Rookie

Paul's rookie year was 2005–06.

Highest free throw percentage, season: .847 (394–465)

Free throws made, game: 14, at New York Knicks, January 21, 2006

Free throw attempts, game: 17, at New York Knicks, January 21, 2006

Assists, season: 611 (7.8 apg)

Assists, game: 16, vs. Golden State Warriors, April 5, 2006

Steals, season: 175 (2.2 spg)

Steals, game: 7, vs. Utah Jazz, February 22, 2006
Playoffs

Highest average, assists per game, career: 11.0 (187/17)

Assists, game: 17, vs. Dallas Mavericks, April 22, 2008

 

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