Chris Paul’s wild 14-year streak ends after Warriors’ play-in fail

A mixed bag of emotions is arguably the best way to describe the Golden State Warriors' season.  

There were both happy and sad days, with Tuesday falling into the latter category.  

The Warriors lost 118-94 against the Sacramento Kings, ending their season in the Play-Ins.  

With another early exit, the future is uncertain for some of the team's elderly stalwarts, including Chris Paul.  

Following Tuesday's elimination, Paul missed the playoffs for the first time since the 2009-10 season, snapping a 14-year streak. (According to Bleacher Report)  

Paul played 58 games this season, missing much of January and February due to wrist surgery.  

He only made 18 starts, serving primarily as the second unit's floor general.   

Throughout the season, Paul averaged 9.2 points and led the Warriors in assists with 6.8 per game. His numbers may have dipped from prior seasons, but that is to be expected given that he is no longer the primary point guard.  

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