Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul teamed up with fellow NBA players Jamal Murray and Grayson Allen to lead his CP3 Elite Guard camp in his native Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

The 33-year-old Paul showed that he still has the slick handles he's been known for throughout his career, giving a top prospect The Scooter, a known streetball move that resembles a modified version of Tracy McGrady's behind-the-back into a turnaround jumper signature move.

Paul took no prisoners during the entire camp, which has been known to be a rude awakening for some of the nation's top high school guards, going against the very best the country has to offer.

The likes of Cole Anthony, Tyrese Maxey and Wendell Moore Jr. were some of the select few who got a taste of pro ball drills and top-level competition

Paul's alumni include some of the most recognizable names in the NBA, as the likes of Bradley Beal, Will Barton, and even Stephen Curry have taken part in his camp throughout the years and reaped the benefit of the grueling runs and pro-level drills.

True to Paul's style, the camp's main run wasn't short of dazzling drives to the basket, pinpoint kick-out assists and a good array of long balls, much like the Rockets floor general provided in his first year in Houston.

Nevertheless, good on Chris Paul, Jamal Murray, Grayson Allen, and everyone else involved.