Paul George has struggled more and more as the season has progressed, but this is a reminder that he’s still pretty good at basketball. George had 27 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists against the Pistons on Wednesday night. Sure, these are the same Pistons who lost to the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday, but you still don’t need to take 40-footers early in the shot clock against them. Paul George did just that in the 4th quarter when the clock was not reset after a Roy Hibbert miss and offensive rebound. Hibbert kicked the ball out and George was going to reset the offense, but when he looked up, there were just 2 seconds showing on the shot clock. So he shot it from the circle at halfcourt. It went in.
Probably among the top five most exciting things to happen this week in sports.
Rory McIlroy is not a fan of being called a fascist or a bigot.
The Oklahoma City Thunder added Doug McDermott and Taj Gibson at the trade deadline in a deal with Chicago. McDermott, a 40% 3-point (…)
Not his first wildlife encounter on a course.
“When you’re not fair and honest, then to me that’s personal.”
He took pride in lasting four years.
Ben Simmons, the 1st pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, will miss the entire season. Philadelphia 76ers general manager and president of basketball (…)