INDIANAPOLIS – Paul George was traded to Oklahoma City Friday night, according to multiple reports.
According to Ramona Shelburne, senior writer for ESPN, George was traded to Oklahoma City Thunder.
On June 18, George told the Indiana Pacers that he would not re-sign for the 2018 season.
It was reported that George was interested in signing with the Los Angeles Lakers when he became a free agent in 2018.
George previously told reporters he was committed to playing with the Pacers through the next season because he was still under contract.
George failed to make the All-NBA Team last month, causing him to lose out on a huge extension from the Pacers that would have given him extra incentive to stay with Indiana.
No other details on the trade were released.
Paul George has been traded to OKC, per sources— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) July 1, 2017
Paul George has been traded to OKC, per sources
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