LOS ANGELES The picture of Chris Paul sitting on the bench next to two backcourt mates in street clothes, Mo Williams and Chauncey Billups, and grimacing as two trainers huddled around, working on his right elbow was not necessarily worth a thousand words.
Not when two would suffice: Uh, oh.
"I said to myself, 'This can't be happening right now,'" said Clippers guard Randy Foye.
For a franchise with a long list of season andor career altering injuries Bill Walton's ankles, Danny Manning's knee, Elton Brand's Achilles tendon, Shaun Livingston's knee and Blake Griffin's knee cap Foye was hardly the only one anxious.
But all was well that ended well, and so it was when Paul returned from a trip to the locker room late in the third quarter to treat and wrap his right elbow, and helped finish off a 105-96 victory Saturday night over the Utah Jazz.
Paul finished with 26 points, handed out six assists and was credited with a sigh of relief that coursed through the arena on his retu...