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Let me preface this article by saying that I think Paul George is one of the best young players in the game, and I think he is incredibly talented. With that being said, there is no way that he deserved the extension that he received. At 5-years, and anywhere from $90-$100 million, he needs to ...The post The Indiana Pacers Overpaid Paul George appeared first on The League News.
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Tweet The 2012-2013 Indiana Pacers finished the regular season with 49 victories, their most since 2003-2004, and took the Miami Heat to seven games in the Eastern Conference Finals. A big reason for last sason’s success was talented wing player Paul George, who made his first All-Star Game appearance and captured the NBA’s Most […]
The Pacers don't want Paul George to become a free agent next summer. He says he wants to stay in Indiana.
Both sides may get what they want as the All-Star forward and the Pacers are finalizing a five-year, $90 million-plus maximum contract, according to Yahoo Sports.
George, 23, emerged as an All-Star in his third NBA season. He averaged 17.4 points, 6.8 rebounds and 4.1...
Paul George is a very rich man, and if everything goes the way he and the Pacers anticipate, he could eventually be much, much richer.
George and the Pacers announced their agreement on a multi-year contract on Wednesday, keeping the budding star in Indiana for what is believed to a five-year maximum extension worth between $80 million and $90 million, on top of the one year he has...
The Indiana Pacers and All-Star forward Paul George will announce his contract extension at a news conference at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse according to a source close to the negotiations.
George is eligible for a five-year contract that will pay him approximately $80 million to $90 million according to the NBA’s collective bargaining agreement. If he is named...
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Yahoo! Sports is reporting that Paul George and the Indiana Pacers are finalizing a 5 year, $90M contract extension. The deal is expected to be signed later this week. George has not only been a key part of the Pacers’ success over these past couple of seasons, but he has also proven himself to be a key building block for them to build around over...
One of the top young stars in the NBA is close to signing a contract extension with his current team. That star is Paul George of the Indiana Pacers.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, George will sign a contract extension sometime this week with the Pacers.
All-Star forward Paul George and the Indiana Pacers are finalizing a five-year, $90 million-plus maximum contract...
The Indiana Pacers and Paul George are finalizing a five-year, $90 million-plus maximum contract extension, according to league sources.
George is expected to sign the deal this week.
A member of the 2010 draft class, George has until Oct. 31 to agree upon an extension with the Pacers to avoid restricted free agency next summer.
George averaged 17.4 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists...
Paul George is reportedly expected to sign a $90 million+ extension with the Indiana Pacers this week. The news of the reported deal comes days after George proclaimed he would have a deal signed before the upcoming training camp.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:
All-Star forward Paul George and the Indiana Pacers are finalizing a five-year, $90 million-plus maximum...
Paul George and the Indiana Pacers are completing a 5-year deal worth over $90 million. George’s impressive performance during the 2012/13 season and NBA playoffs is what earned him the maximum deal. In only his third season in the NBA, George averaged 17.4 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game. George, only 23-years-old, was selected […]
A couple of months ago, Paul George caused hypertension to rise dramatically in Indiana when he admitted that there was some allure to suiting up for this home town Los Angeles Lakers. But he has always maintained that he loves Indiana, and was trying to work out a deal to stay for the long-haul.
According to Yahoo! Sports, the Pacers have made that decision pretty easy for him...
Everybody felt good for Paul George on Wednesday.
After George inked a multi-year pact with the Pacers, he received congratulations from around the NBA — including from rivals within his own conference. Celtics forward Jeff Green, who apparently is “brodies” with George, took to Twitter to congratulate the once-underrated small forward on his massive new deal.
It never occurred...
The biggest question surrounding the Pacers isn’t whether Paul George is going to get a new contract — it’s just a matter of time — but rather how forward Danny Granger is looking. Last year Granger missed all but five games due to a left knee injury. He was shut down during the first week in March and opted for surgery on April 4.
In regards to his health “I’m good”...
Indiana Pacers president Larry Bird says forward Paul George has not signed a new contract-extension for the terms reported by Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports. Wojonarowski and Spears
Larry Bird hinted a contract extension is close between the Indiana Pacers and Paul George, but he says no deal has been finalized.
“That’s why I’m not playing golf today,” Bird said Monday. “I’m going back to the office to work on it.”
Bird said he had not seen the Yahoo! report and declined to comment on it. When asked if the length (five years) and financial figures...
The Indiana Pacers announced Wednesday they have signed veteran guard/forward Paul George to a multi-year contract extension. The Pacers have not disclosed terms of the deal, but according to ESPN.com, George