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Clippers' Paul sees playoff failure as a learning tool

LOS ANGELES -- The camera pans to Chris Paul and he smirks on cue, as if he's been perfecting his expression far longer than a couple of takes. Later, wearing the argyle sweater, glasses and mustache of an imaginary twin, the Los Angeles Clippers point guard strolls across a set and nimbly swings his arms in mid-stride to answer a phone, his timing impeccable. Watching Paul navigate a shoot for his new State Farm commercials earlier this week inside a sweltering studio in Burbank, it quickly becomes apparent he wasn't just born to assist, to borrow the catchphrase from the advertising campaign. He's also a natural on stage. "He wants to do everything well," Stephen Curry, the Golden ...

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