If Chris Paul's son decides not to follow his all-star father's footsteps into professional basketball, it certainly appears he's got a bright future in Hollywood. The L.A. Clippers star was talking to reporters following a playoff win against the Grizzlies over the weekend when his 2-year-old stole the show.
Paul was describing a sweet pass to Blake Griffin for a monster dunk late in the fourth quarter. "I just know I got into the lane," Paul told the Los Angeles Times. "I saw the two guys looking at me and I saw Blake [Griffin]."
In other words, when Blake wants the ball, he makes a certain facial expression as a signal for the lob pass.
Then Paul turned to his son, also named Chris, having him show off his version of the "Blake Face" for the media.
And boom, that's the formula for a viral video.
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