The Phoenix Suns will be without Chris Paul next Season, The Phoenix Suns are reportedly waiving Paul, according to Bleachers Report’s Chris Haynes. Paul was due just $30 million dollars this season, which would have been guaranteed on June 28 if the Suns didn’t waive him prior.

Paul is a versatile player a 12-time All-Star who has encountered many injuries during playoffs and in different stages during his NBA Career.

Recently during a matchup against Denver Nuggets, he was sidelined with a groin strain which caused him to miss the series against Denver Nuggets, Resulting in elimination from the postseason.

Chris Paul has appeared in the Playoffs for 15 seasons including (03) with Phionex Suns

The fourth overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets, Paul also played for the Los Angeles Clippers, Houston Rockets, and Oklahoma City Thunder.

What was the Reason to waive him? What's next for him?

The move comes after a few months of speculations around Paul and what Phoenix wanted to do in the future at their point guard position. The Suns reportedly showed heavy interest in Kyrie Irving both before, during, and after the trade deadline.

Another option that was explored by Phoenix Suns was to waive CP3, Re sign him for the $12.2 Million non-taxpayer mid-level expectation, and then receive a $ 5.2 million at the end of the season.

Now that the Suns have waived him, he is set to become an Unrestricted free agent for the first time in his 18 years career.

Sources have told Multiple teams including the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, and Memphis Grizzles have been mentioned as a potential destination for Chris Paul.

Chris Paul helped Phionex reach great heights such as getting the team to NBA Finals in 2021

and setting a franchise record with 64 wins in the 2021 season but fell short during that season.

Chris Paul has not won a ring but his vital experience has always helped the team to reach the highest level. Chris Paul has 11,501 career assists which ranks him in 3rd position in NBA History, he has played 1, 214 regular season games with 149 playoff games in his NBA Career.

As Chris Haynes has reported Chris Paul plans to play for several more years and is eager to help a team contend for Championship, Sources say.

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