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Chris Paul expected back Thursday after month off

17 November 2017

The Rockets are expected to welcome point guard Chris Paul back to the lineup when they visit the Phoenix Suns on Thursday.

With just two-games on the slate, targeting a team that is double-digit underdogs may be risky, but Booker has played a large role in Suns wins this season and may do so again tonight against the defense of scoring-minded guards James Harden and Eric Gordon.

The 2017 Coach of the Year also said he wouldn't put a minute restriction on his star point guard, but rather would "figure things out as they go".

Our only Must-Have for tonight's slate of National Basketball Association action is the Phoenix Suns shooting guard, Devin Booker.

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numberFire's models project Paul for 12.2 points, 3.5 rebounds and 4.8 assists, totaling 27.1 FanDuel points in 20.5 minutes.

Mike D'Antoni has settled in nicely with the Rockets after a few forgettable stops over the last few years.

Paul, who missed a month while nursing a left knee bruise, finished with 11 points and 10 assists in a triumphant return that showcased his seamless schematic fit alongside last season's MVP runner-up-who was in a special zone all his own. "We've got a new team (Thursday)". He now has the most free throws without a miss (37) over a two-game span in National Basketball Association history.

The Suns looked rusty while facing an in-form Rockets team. "He's shown the ability to make plays for others when two guys guard him, and when he's got it going offensively he's not afraid to be generous with who he gives it up to", Phoenix interim head coach Jay Triano told the Arizona Republic of Booker.

Chris Paul expected back Thursday after month off