Paul George to televise free agency on ESPN

Paul George to televise free agency on ESPN

Paul George to televise free agency on ESPN

George hasn't made many comments about his free agency decision, but he he has dropped a few hints.

The Los Angeles Lakers may be the heavy gambling favorite to sign LeBron James this offseason, but it sounds like Paul George has the ability to change the odds in a big way. This one chronicles his rise to National Basketball Association stardom - including his 2014 injury, his time in IN, his eventual trade to Oklahoma City, and more.

George grew up in Palmdale, California and played his college ball at Fresno State.

And while we dreamt, you built too Becoming one of the world's greatest. According to one report, LeBron is a lot less likely to sign with the Lakers if George remains in OKC.

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As one clever Twitter user pointed out, the real winners are the businesses below the billboards.

With the added ambiguity, fans will now get an inside look into George's decision as Sportscenter will air a three-part series beginning Tuesday.

The Los Angeles Lakers are among those teams thought to be vying for George's services. Part 3, which will air after George's National Basketball Association plans are made public, will give viewers a look at what's next for George and how he arrived at his ultimate decision.

Jae Crowder #99 of the Utah Jazz tries to block Paul George #13 of the Oklahoma City Thunder during the first half of game 5 of the Western Conference playoffs at the Chesapeake Energy Arena on April 25, 2018 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He will officially be a free agent on July 1 should he decide to opt out of his contract.

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