Found September 21, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Paul George has found another reason to enjoy Indianapolis — one that is obvious only to those that know him extremely well. “It’s great fishing here” said George who has fond memories of family fishing trips while growing up in southern California. “Nice or bad weather I’ll have a line in the water.” On the verge of superstardom in a league that often sees its young stars pursue the bright lights of higher-profile cities George has found a home in Indianapolis professionally and personally. After living Downtown during his first three years with the Pacers George who said earlier this week he will sign a long-term contract with the team prior to the season has moved near Geist Reservoir. David West is the Pacers’ veteran spiritual leader. Lance Stephenson gives them an edge. Longtime star Danny Granger returns after playing in just five games last season. George Hill is the local hero. But the cornerstone of a team that enters the season with its highest expectations in nearly...
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