Get ready for an exciting ride between now and the NBA Draft. The Indiana Pacers aren’t fooling around any longer. They want Paul George traded, the sooner, the better.
By making it seem likely the Indians Pacers Paul George will only be a rental until next season when he can bolt to the L.A. Lakers as a free agent, teams won’t give away the farm to get him and rebuilding teams won’t even look at the possibility.
“The days of boom, boom, boom, pound it, pound it, pound it (are over)” The only conference finals team that wasn’t one of the top five regular season three-point shooting teams was San Antonio and they led the NBA in three-point shooting percentage (39.1).
It took no time at all for ESPN to forget the Toronto Raptors even exist as they forecast the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors will meet in the NBA Finals again next year.
No one should think the Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t deserve to win Game Four of the NBA Finals, but why does it happen so often with NBA officiating that it seems obvious one team is being handed a big advantage.
If you are sitting in Toronto, trade speculation should focus on the possibility of the Indiana Pacers Paul George joining the Raptors.
Taking all of their options into account, should the Totonto Raptors trade backup point guard Cory Joseph even though he’s the popular local Canadian kid who’s made good?