Paul George: the End of an Era

Paul George may have played his last game for Indiana.

“You either win a championship, or play long enough to see your franchise president become the villain.”

Paul George can attest to that.

The Indiana Pacers were swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round of the playoffs, making that  A frustrated star itching to leave, this won’t help convince Paul George to stay. With that in mind, I wanted to look at the star forward’s years in Indiana, a chapter for this franchise:

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A Legacy on the Line

There’s a lot on the line for Game 4.

Thursday night, the Indiana Pacers fell to 0-3 against their first round opponent, the Cleveland Cavaliers. After blowing a 25-point lead, it seems a series sweep is imminent. That being said, there is more on the line here, than just the road to a championship.

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The Most Essential Player

Each remaining playoff teams’ most essential player.

Rather than arguing the eternal MVP battle of Harden vs Westbrook, I decided to hand out my own title, the Most Essential Player.

The Most Essential Player, is the player whose performance can make the biggest impact.

Here are your most essential players, of each team in the post-season:

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First Round Threats

Who’s most dangerous in the first round?

The first round of the playoffs has commenced. The main highlight are teams that get the best of seven and move forward, though the playoffs are also home to historical performances by individuals. Listed below are five players who threaten their team’s opponent in stuffing the stat sheet, and earning their team wins along the way:

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