Paul George

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Paul George

Hi,day 3 today we are going be talking about Paul George.He is out standing to watch his last 14 games, George is averaging 34.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 4.8 assists. George also leads the NBA in steals with 2.3 per game, 0.1 ahead of his teammate Westbrook. Even George earned the support of Westbrook, who despite an outstanding season in his own right, thinks that George is the clear frontrunner for the time being. George is going on a different level he has going through a lot of injuries the worst one was when he went down with one of the more gruesome injuries you can endure an open fracture of the tibia and fibula bones in his lower right leg in Team USA’s first scrimmage.George has great size at 6-foot-8 and his athleticism to match that makes him a headache to defend due to the handles and jump-shot he possesses, with the ability to hit shots from anywhere on the floor and in every which way, from spot up jump-shots to shots off the dribble and midrange/post-jump-shots.

George to continue to his success of his best year as the season winds down to an end. I would not be surprised if George ends the season averaging 30 points a game. With the talent of this Thunder team as well as the success that George is having this season, there is no doubt in my mind that he is being considered as one of the top candidates for the MVP.Look for George to continue to play at this level of intensity on the offensive end-with the rest of his game-to potentially win his first MVP.With George leading the way, Oklahoma City (37-19) currently in third place in the Western Conference The Thunder have a minus-11.2 net rating without George on the floor, but that mark climbs to plus-10.4 when he plays.George’s anticipation makes him truly special. How many defenders can make a split-second read that takes them away from a shooter on the wing and into a passing lane between two players they aren’t covering?

That’s all I got to say for Paul George, come back tomorrow to check out day 4 and read about James Harden who happens to plays for the Rockets.

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