Rowan Kavner

New Orleans - One play.

Despite Chris Paul’s 24 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and a stretch where Paul scored 10 of the Clippers’ 12 straight fourth-quarter points to cut the deficit to two Friday night, it’s one play that Paul thought back on after the loss.

“One of the biggest plays was we were down 98-96 and I missed a 3 from the left wing that could’ve got us the lead,” Paul said. “That’s probably the play I’ll remember from this game.”