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Paul George | Guard/Forward | #13

Team: Indiana Pacers
Age / DOB:  (26) / 5/2/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'9' / 220
College: Fresno State
Drafted: 2010 / Rd. 1 (10) / IND
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Paul George scored 25 points during a 109-94 win over the Suns on Wednesday, adding 13 rebounds, one assist, three steals and one 3-pointer in 38 minutes.
The Pacers were really attacking during this game for a season-high 41 attempts from the line. George himself made 8-of-10 and after the game he said he wanted to put pressure on the refs to make the calls. He also had an interesting comment on the heels of a blowout loss with Klay Thompson's 60 points. "We're the opposite of the Warriors. We got drivers," George said on the Suns TV broadcast. Now that George is back and healthy, expect him to fill up the box score. Dec 8 - 1:06 AM
Source: Suns TV

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Paul George had 21 points and 10 rebounds in 31 minutes Monday, but hit just 4-of-12 shots and didn't do much else.

He did hit 13-of-13 free throws, but the Pacers were embarrassed by the Warriors after shocking the Clippers on Sunday. The fact PG played in both games and played pretty well in them is a great sign. He missed three games with a sprained ankle before returning on Sunday.
Dec 6 - 1:03 AM

Paul George (ankle) and C.J. Miles (knee) will play Monday vs. the Warriors.

George returned from a three-game absence on Sunday and logged 34 minutes, while Miles got back from a six-game stint on the sidelines and was limited to 15 minutes. PG-13 will likely again be without a minutes limit tonight, while Miles should be able to get closer to the 20-minute mark.
Dec 5 - 4:15 PM

Paul George (sore left ankle) returned to action on Sunday with 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and three 3-pointers in 34 minutes.

George missed six of the Pacers' past seven games and he showed some rust early, going scoreless in the first quarter, but he quickly found his groove in an impressive road win. The offense ran through him extensively as the Pacers fended off the Clippers down the stretch, and the fact that he logged 34 minutes proves that he doesn't have any medical restrictions.
Dec 5 - 12:27 AM

Pacers coach Nate McMillan cautioned before Sunday's game, "You don’t want to just throw [Paul George and C.J. Miles] out there and play them a bunch of minutes."

George (ankle) and Miles (knee) are both returning from extended absences in a tough road matchup vs. the Clippers tonight. Assuming they both play reduced minutes, Glenn Robinson III should be the primary beneficiary.
Dec 4 - 8:59 PM

Paul George (ankle) and C.J. Miles (knee) will both play vs. the Clippers on Sunday.

The Pacers have a clean injury report tonight, which means that Kevin Seraphin (knee) is also available to play after an extended absence. It's obviously safe to fire up George in all formats, and Miles is a sneaky pickup given how well he played to start the season.
Dec 4 - 7:03 PM

Paul George (ankle) is expected to go through some practice this weekend and said he's been good enough to play in games.

"Being hurt and sitting out, little stuff like that nags on you," George said. "But that’s the only thing I’m hoping, that I can play without a tweak, where I have full strength where I can cut and be aggressive off the drive." He has been doing some lighter work in practice and said he even made 16 triples in a row on Wednesday. George has a good chance to play on Sunday.
Dec 2 - 4:15 PM

Paul George (sore left ankle, back) could return as soon as Sunday's game vs. the Clippers.

The Pacers only have two games in Week 6 and George has already been ruled out for Wednesday's game vs. the Blazers. George did not practice on Tuesday and coach Nate McMillan didn't provide much of an update. Expect Glenn Robinson III to have a heavy workload vs. the Blazers.
Nov 29 - 7:37 PM

Paul George (sore left ankle) will miss the next three games due to a sore left ankle.

This includes the Friday night game, so George will Sunday and Wednesday games. The Pacers are off for a few days after that, so George will get plenty of rest between now and Dec. 4. Coach Nate McMillan said George has been playing through his sore ankle since his injury last week and he also has a sore back. While he's out, Glenn Robinson III figures to get a couple more starts with C.J. Miles (knee) on the sidelines.
Source: NBA.com
Nov 25 - 8:30 PM

Paul George (back) has now been ruled out for Friday's game vs. the Nets.

Glenn Robinson III is looking at heavy minutes as the starter with C.J. Miles (knee) also out. The Pacers called PG-13 a game-time decision, so it's slightly concerning that they ruled him out with more than an hour before tip-off. He also still has some soreness in his left ankle which hampered him last week, but hopefully the Pacers are just being cautious. His next chance to play will be on Sunday vs. the Clippers.
Nov 25 - 7:05 PM

Paul George (back) is now a game-time decision to face the Nets on Friday.

This is not the same injury as his ankle issue from last weekend. George was listed as probable heading into the pre-game warmups, so he does still have a decent chance to play. Although, he is still dealing with ankle soreness. If he can't go, Glenn Robinson III would be looking at bigger minutes as the starter while Jeff Teague, Monta Ellis, Rodney Stuckey and all the other rotation guys benefit. We'll have another update shortly.
Nov 25 - 6:21 PM

Paul George (sore back) is probable for Friday vs. the Nets.

George had missed two games prior to Wednesday night with an ankle injury. PG-13 looked healthy on Wednesday, playing 38 minutes. He should be locked and loaded in lineups for Friday.
Nov 25 - 12:45 PM

Paul George (ankle) finished Wednesday's home loss with 18 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals in 38 minutes.

PG-13 wound up missing two games due to the injury but an MRI came back clean and this shouldn't be a factor going forward. He wasn't exactly sharp tonight, shooting 6-of-22 from the field (2-of-11 from deep) with three turnovers, but that's a footnote to the fact that he's healthy.
Nov 23 - 10:52 PM

Paul George (ankle) and Myles Turner (ankle) will play Wednesday vs. the Hawks.

The Pacers will go back to their standard starting five tonight of Jeff Teague, Monta Ellis, George, Thaddeus Young and Turner, which will send Glenn Robinson III and Al Jefferson back to the bench. George and Turner should get their usual amount of minutes tonight, so go ahead and get those guys on your active roster.

Paul George (sore left ankle) has been upgraded to probable for Wednesday's game against the Hawks.

George feels that playing on the ankle won't make it any worse, and he's a guy that tends to fight through the pain, but owners should still check back for official confirmation closer to tip-off. PG-13's likely return will send Glen Robinson III back to the bench, and both Jeff Teague and Monta Ellis will lose some touches on offense.