Thunderous Intentions The OKC Thunder have never had a two-way player quite like Paul George. After impressive showings in preseason, PG13 looks every bit of a max contract player. With plenty on the line, George will look to pace the Thunder on both sides of the ball.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- If there's one player who understands what Gordon Hayward is going through, it's Paul George. The Oklahoma City Thunder star said seeing Hayward's devastating injury Tuesday night made him "nauseous." "It just brought me back to... ---
NBA.com Few people can relate to what Celtics forward Gordon Hayward experienced Tuesday night -- a gruesome ankle injury that silenced a sold-out arena. Oklahoma City's Paul George is certainly one of them. George, who suffered a compound leg fracture during... -
Billboard On Tuesday night (Oct. 17), the 2017-2018 NBA season will kick off with two highly anticipated games, starting at 8 p.m. EST on TNT. First, Kyrie Irving will return back to his old stomping grounds of Cleveland, when the new-look Boston Celtics come ...
New York Daily News That's partly because he landed on a borderline title contender with the Thunder, which coincidentally hosts the Knicks in the season opener. Paul George understands what the game means to his new OKC teammate. “Melo wants this, as he should,” George... --
Indianapolis Star INDIANAPOLIS – Faster, Nate McMillan was urging. Faster. It was the first quarter of the first game of the first season without Paul George, and the Indiana Pacers were on pace for 120 points, and this wasn't enough. Not for McMillan, their coach. He ... -
NewsOK.com As soon as Paul George saw Boston's Gordon Hayward on the floor, he reached for his phone. When Hayward, the Celtics' newly-signed free agent forward, went down with a gruesome fractured tibia and dislocated ankle a little more than five minutes into ...