George expresses desire for permanent binding

Paul George expressed his desire for a permanent union on his personal podcast on Friday. “I get booed when I visit the Indiana Pacers. I’ll probably be the first player to get booed when I visit the Indiana Pacers.”

George was drafted by Indiana with the 10th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. At the time, the Pacers had an undisputed ace at the forward position in Danny Granger. But Indiana believed in George’s potential and took a chance on him, trading Granger and pushing George into the 카지노사이트 ace role.

It was a move that proved to be a godsend for both George and Indiana. George fully repaid the Indians’ faith, becoming an All-Star caliber player. With George’s development, Indiana became a powerhouse in the Eastern Conference.

George and the Pacers’ biggest moment came in the 2012-2013 Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat. At the time, Miami was considered the overwhelming favorite to win the NBA title with the Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh.

Against the Heat, George and Indiana fell short in a close series that went all the way to Game 7. George looked impressive against James in his prime. With his spectacular dunks and ace instincts, George quickly became a household name across the country.

Afterward, George wanted to continue as Indiana’s franchise star, but as the team’s power waned, he asked to be traded. His destination was his hometown of Los Angeles. He requested a trade to join his hometown team, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Los Angeles Clippers.

At the time, George’s trade rumors were complicated. Various teams were involved in the trade, and there was constant noise along the way.

In the end, Indiana sent George to the Oklahoma City Thunder instead of Los Angeles. In Oklahoma City, George reached his prime as a one-two punch with Russell Westbrook.

The parting of ways between Indiana and George ended badly. There’s no way Indiana fans were going to love George for asking for a trade when the team was in crisis. In this situation, George said he wanted a permanent number. Naturally, Indiana fans reacted badly.

It’s unclear what George was thinking when he said what he said, but the reaction of the Indiana fans towards him was cold.

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