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Chris Paul throws more low blows than Ric Flair.

The first notable incident occurred when Paul was playing at Wake Forest.

During a rivalry game against NC State, a frustrated Paul decided to sock Julius Hodge below the belt.

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Chris Paul throws more low blows than Ric Flair.

The first notable incident occurred when Paul was playing at Wake Forest.

During a rivalry game against NC State, a frustrated Paul decided to sock Julius Hodge below the belt.

Hodge was the reigning ACC Player of the Year at the time.

The refs missed it during live action, and this was in the days before replay review, so Paul was not assessed a foul.

He later hit the game-winning shot. Paul was eventually suspended for the quarterfinal of the 2005 ACC Tournament, a game which, ironically, was against the Wolfpack. NC State got their revenge and trounced the Paul-less Demon Deacons.

I'd like to say Paul learned his lesson, but he's continued this habit in the NBA.

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