Chris Paul re-aggravated his shoulder injury during Game 5 vs the Lakers, yet this will not prevent him from being in the lineup for Game 6.

According to Phoenix Suns GM, James Jones, Paul will be ready to go, as the Suns will aim to close out the series with the defending champions (3-2).

“Chris is fine. We’ll be ready to go, he’ll be ready to go. I think he’s shown over the course of his career and specifically recently that if he’s able to help his team he’ll be out there. We’ll be good and we’ll get ready for a battle,” Jones told Arizona Sports’ Burns & Gambo on Wednesday.

Paul went down in the third quarter of Tuesday’s Game 5 after a collision with Lakers guard Wesley Matthews. The vetera gaurd was in significant pain and was forced to exit the game and go to the bench.