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George wants to join his hometown Los Angeles Lakers team.

Paul George has made the decision everyone saw coming.

The All-Star forward has informed the Indiana Pacers he will leave the team when his unrestricted free agency arrives in the summer of 2018, and his current preference is to join a young, budding Los Angeles Lakers team, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

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Los Angeles could wait to sign PG13 next summer or trade for him now. Either way, the future looks bright for the Lakers.

Paul George informed the Pacers on Sunday of his pending decision to leave Indiana when his unrestricted free agency hits in 2018. The move, first reported by The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski, was done in order to give the Pacers adequate time to plan for a future without the All-Star wing.

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The Golden State Warriors have been relentless at going after critics and haters after winning the NBA title against the Cavaliers. We had Draymond show up to their victory parade in a ‘Quickie’ shirt, and a hilarious and entertaining Instagram war that ensued afterwards. We also had Kevin Durant blasting people on Twitter.

Now we have the San Francisco Examiner throwing shade at OKC print media.

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The Golden State Warriors have been making political statements for a long time. Steve Kerr has spoken out against President Donald J. Trump’s policies since the election. David West, Andre Iguodala, and Draymond Green have criticized Trump. Even mild-mannered Stephen Curry called him an “ass” on the record. Few sports teams are more rehearsed in the practice of political protest these days than the Warriors.

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