Biggest Moves Of The NBA OffseasonWith the dust finally settling on free agency, we take a look at the biggest moves around the NBA this offseason.
Paul George Says Reports Of Lakers Interest Are “Overstated”One of the dominating story lines of the NBA offseason was the drama surrounding Paul George.
Evaluating NBA's Big Free Agent RumorsFree agency hasn't even started yet, but Jimmy Butler was introduced as the newest member of the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday.
NBA Trade Rumors: Clippers reportedly interested in Paul GeorgeOn Sunday Paul George told the Pacers he won't re-sign with the team in 2018 free agency.
Report: Paul George could join Lakers via free agency in 2018Paul George has told the Pacers he plans to leave during the 2018 free agency period.
Pacers Report, Paul George Not On Trading Block YetThe Indiana Pacers have not solicited offers for Paul George despite an expiring contract.
Report: Paul George Thinks He Could Turn Lakers AroundGeorge believes he can return the team to its former glory.
Report: Lakers confident they can sign Paul George in 2018The Lakers securing the No. 2 pick in this year's NBA Draft opened up all sorts of possibilities.
Pacers’ Paul George Discusses Lakers RumorsLakers fans have suffered through four straight losing seasons and multiple offseasons of disappointing swings-and-misses at top free agents in recent years.
Report: LeBron James, Paul George will attend Team USA minicampIt looks like Jerry Colangelo's intuition was correct. According to Cleveland.com's Joe Vardon, LeBron James will be heading to Las Vegas to participate in Team USA's minicamp.
Pacers' Bird: Paul George could return this seasonPacers guard Paul George, who suffered a gruesome leg injury in a Team USA scrimmage last August, could return to the basketball court this season, team president Larry Bird told reporters Tuesday.
George, Defense Lead Pacers Over Lakers, 118-98Paul George had 20 points, seven rebounds and six assists, newcomer Evan Turner and five other Pacers reached double figures, and the top team in the East blew out the worst team in the West, 118-98.