Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers swingman Paul George knows he can play his man tight on the perimeter. He can gamble a little more for steals because his backside is protected. Center Roy Hibbert knows he doesn’t have to worry about George being lazy on defense, allowing his man to beat him off the dribble like..." May 11
Indianapolis Star "Having the coaching staff review the Indiana Pacers’ Game 3 loss to the Atlanta Hawks in their film session before practice Sunday afternoon wasn’t enough for swingman Paul George. George wanted to watch more film. He was expected to spend time with associate head coach Brian Shaw on Sunday..." April 29
Indianapolis Star "First came the All-Star Game appearance, and now comes the Most Improved Player award for Indiana Pacers swingman Paul George.The Pacers have called a 10 a.m. news conference on Tuesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, where George will be named the award winner, according to a person with knowledge of..." April 23
Hill, George, West and Hibbert all out tonight vs 76ers. Starters: Augustin, Stephenson, Green, Hansbrough and Mahinmi.
George Hill (groin) didn’t practice and is day-to-day. Paul George was held out for rest purposes.
SB Nation "Coming into the 2010 NBA Draft, Paul George was something of an enigma. An uncanny athlete with size, length and ball skills, teams still tended to shy away from heavily scouting a guy that couldn't even dominate while playing for Fresno State. However, in the months before the draft, those who..." February 17
Indianapolis Star "The 3-point competition and dunk competition didn’t go as planned for Paul George and Gerald Green of the Indiana Pacers. Neither player advanced in their perspective competitions – Green in the dunk contest and George in the 3-point shootout – during the All-Star festivities on Saturday at the..." February 17
Indianapolis Star "There was no need to put on shoes, let alone socks. That took too long and meant less time honing his basketball skills. “Put some shoes on your feet before going outside,” his parents, Paul and Paulette George constantly told him. Indiana Pacers swingman Paul George wasn’t hearing it. His..." February 17
USA Today "It was inevitable that they would form a bond. They both share a fondness for fishing. One played with and coached Kobe Bryant. The other was a fan of Bryant's growing up and continues to admire his work ethic today. With much in common, Indiana Pacers associate head coach Brian Shaw and..." February 14
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers swingman Gerald Green felt it was too good of an opportunity to pass up. His hometown. A chance to win his second title. A chance to represent the franchise. That's why Green decided he wanted to participate in this year's Slam Dunk competition. He won the event in..." February 09