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Clippers' Chris Paul posts family dunk video

Clippers' Chris Paul posts family dunk video
Chris Paul speaks during a press conference at the American International School in Johannesburg, South Africa, on July 29. (Themba Hadebe / Associated Press)

Even in the dog days of summer, an NBA player has to figure out how to keep his playing skills sharp.

For some, that may involve spending hours in the gym. Others use the free time for off-court endeavors that may hone their skills, such as yoga or boxing.

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Clippers' superstar point guard Chris Paul, who had the best assists-per-turnover ratio in the NBA (4.41) last season and led the league in assists (10.2), has found a unique way to practice his passing skills while still enjoying family time.

Check out this video which he posted to Twitter of him and his family passing a basketball while sliding and jumping into the pool before someone slam dunks it.

Last season, Paul averaged 19.1 points, 1.9 steals and only 2.3 turnovers. He also played in all 82 regular season games for the first time in his career.

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