Amid opt out, Paul George has grown ‘comfortable’ in OKC

Marcus Newton
June 28, 2018

The move, which was reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, will make George an unrestricted free agent.

George is coming off of a great season for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The second part airs Thursday, and the third will be shown after he makes his final decision. One of the biggest stories this summer will be where he decides to continue in his career, and fans will get an in-depth look into his thought process thanks to SportsCenter.

"Here they have made a huge risk in trading for me, knowing I have one year on my deal", George said.

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8 years later and we have another special on deck, but on a smaller level as the OKC Thunder await the decision of whether Paul George is going to re-sign with the team or bolt to the Los Angeles Lakers as many predict he will go. "But I felt I didn't finish as strong as I could have". The Los Angeles Lakers will receive serious consideration too, sources said. "Just knowing that you left something on the table, even to this point now, it weighs on me".

"This inside story is just another way that SportsCenter will offer distinctive content on free agency, one of the biggest offseason stories in the National Basketball Association", said David Roberts, ESPN vice president, network content, who oversees the 6 p.m. SportsCenter.

The 34-year-old Anthony had been the headliner his entire career - he's 19th in National Basketball Association history with 25,417 points - but he was more of a catch-and-shoot scorer last season instead of the isolation specialist he had always been. He really likes Sam Presti the GM, Billy Donovan the coach. "That's the only thing that it will come down to".

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