Admittedly the pre-season is a small sample size, nevertheless Chris Paul's turnovers per game seem to be increased from his average the last several seasons. Over the 5 preseason games so far, CP3 notched 38 assists and committed 17 turnovers for an assist/turnover of 2.27. This contrasts sharply with his assist/turnover of 4+ every season since 2009-2010. As the pre-season game number is very small compared to the regular season (and hopefully post-season) game number, this is likely meaningless, but I am a bit concerned this may portend a significant drop in CP3's vaunted efficiency in taking care of the ball.
Darren Collison seems to be making the most of his pre-season games, with nice scoring and assist numbers, and, certainly if he maintains them, he'll be the bargain signing of the season (although the downside is the Clippers will have to pay him a lot more for a 2nd season).