Found October 27, 2012 on
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What you’re looking at, my friends, is a black Dodge Challenger. It belongs to Paul George, and it has no wheels because somebody stole them. The rims disappeared while the Pacers were in South Bend (Notre Dame campus) to play an exhibition against the Bulls on Friday evening. Whether this happened at a public facility, a Pacers’ facility, or some other private parking garage, I’m not really sure… but it appears that it definitely happened in Indianapolis, as George says he “came home” to the scene of the crime.
Now, obviously, Paul George probably isn’t worried about the cost of replacing his Forgiatos. He’s probably not even worried about losing the use of his Challenger, either, as he surely has other vehicles. That being said, no one likes to be stolen from. Having the wheels ripped off your car simply darkens your outlook on society, and in this case that’s a damn shame, because Paul George has been a quality guy who’s really embraced his community.
Unfortunately, some people just aren’t bothered by the fact that there’s no pride nor honor in taking something that isn’t theirs. Ironically, being that this happened in Indiana, the culprits are likely to be fans of Paul George and the Pacers. Hopefully they learn who they happened to be stealing from, and maybe that will help to adjust their flawed perspective.
Shout-out to my friend InspiredLebowski from InsideHoops for bringing this to my attention!
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