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19 June 2017, 12:53 | Sandy Nunez
It is widely believed George will bolt the Pacers in order to join his hometown Los Angeles Lakers team and play for one of his childhood idols, Magic Johnson. However, he's likely to be seen as just a one-year rental, diminishing whatever the Pacers might be able to get in return for him.
There has been plenty of speculation over the past few months about Paul George and his future with the Indiana Pacers, and now, we have some clarity.
Both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers have been mentioned as teams that may be interested in acquiring George, and it is unlikely that those squads will lose interest in making a deal if it can not be made as soon as draft night. Sports' The Vertical reported Sunday that franchise cornerstone Paul George plans to leave the team after next season. They're holding the cards, but also face the biggest predicament. That's the part everyone will read into, unfairly discounting the fact that George seems to be in on in this upcoming season and wants to try to win while he's still there. He could make more by staying in IN with the Pacers able to offer him one more year on a contract.
National Basketball Association fans who have paid even the slightest bit of attention to the league over the past few months have likely heard about those trade rumors involving George.
The Paul George era is now all but over, the only question is what's next for both Paul George and the Indiana Pacers. Recently, George had planned on evaluating his future and letting the Pacers know of his decision and it appears he's come to a final verdict.
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