ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski Says Paul George’s "Thinking Has Changed"

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski Says Paul George’s

George is eligible to sign a five-year, $176 million contract with the Thunder.

Paul George is set to become a free agent on Sunday.

Many have assumed for years that Paul George is destined to end up with the Los Angeles Lakers, and that could very well come to fruition this summer.

It was reported that last summer George told the Pacers that he planned to leave the franchise, preferring to join to Lakers.

In the seven-minute episode, George says he's aware that OKC took a risk by trading for him when he only had one year on his contract, and that after the Thunder were knocked out of the playoffs by the Jazz in the first round, he feels like he could've done more for them on the court. Added he likes Sam Presti, Billy Donovan, and playing with Russell Westbrook.

The most talked about part of the N.B.A offseason is about to rise another level as hoop fans and insiders anticipate the beginning of the free agency period.

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Days ago, Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony reportedly opted into his deal with OKC for next season. In this picture, George attends the 67th NBA All-Star Game: Team LeBron Vs. Team Stephen at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on February 18, 2018.

"It's a lot of things that go into it - trying to find the right fit, what's the best place for me to raise my kids", George says in the first episode.

And Russell Westbrook has been in regular contact with George in an attempt to convince the five-time All-Star to stay.

This begs the question, would ESPN air a lengthy documentary if Paul George would just remain in OKC? "A lot is playing into this, so it's a bit overwhelming".

"They honestly check the boxes where I needed those boxes to be checked from what a player wants and needs out of a front office, out of a medical group, out of teammates, out of a coaching staff", George said on April 28.

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