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In an upcoming installment of HBO’s Real Sports, Chris Paul explains that he may step away from the game early. The noted family man has hesitations about missing out on life with his kids, and sees himself retiring prematurely so as to prevent that. And while many athletes have made these claims in the past without living up to them, there’s something about Chris Paul that may seem different. His shiny new contract will be up in 2017, so enjoy Chris Paul’s unreal talent while you have it, because he may be gone sooner than you think.
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