Tag Archives: Paul George Pacers

Paul George can’t help but nauseate as he speaks to the media after beating Pacers
December 10, 2019

Paul George has always been a brand first, and he represents that brand with occasionally excellent basketball but relentless self-importance and clumsiness in comments to the media. George’s on court performance was outstanding last night for the Clippers in their 110-99 win over the Pacers.  His 36 points, nine rebounds, and five assists spoke for themselves, but George […]

Paul George’s Thunder are failing to compete in the playoffs – again
April 17, 2019

Paul George is not as valuable a player as PG-13 is as a brand, and that’s just the way George likes it. The OKC Thunder forward had a typical line last night – 27 points and seven boards in a 114-94 loss to the Portland Trailblazers.  The Thunder now trail Portland 0-2 in their first round […]

Paul George proves himself as tone-deaf as he’s been inaccurate during crunch time.
June 18, 2017

Paul George’s act grew tiresome as he morphed from basketball player into international brand.  It officially outgrew Indianapolis today. Reports of George’s desire to leave the Pacers for the Los Angeles Lakers when he becomes a free agent next summer have been confirmed, and as a result Pacers fans are ready to usher him out the door […]

Indiana Pacers – Paul George Catfish Story Is None of Our Business
March 22, 2014

by Kent Sterling Two products people consume that I can’t figure out – Cubs tickets and catfish stories. One of those is self-explanatory.  The Cubs aren’t in a big enough hurry to become competitive to warrant their subsidy through ticket sales.  If Javier Baez is better than Donnie Murphy or Darwin Barney (and he is […]