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This news comes the day after the Celtics agreed to trade the first pick in the 2017 NBA Draft to the Sixers.

And as he made his way towards the commissioner and put on the customary Celtics hat, a bright future surely awaited him.

Paul George is going to leave the Indiana Pacers when his contract is up in 2018.

Paul George informed the Pacers on Sunday of his pending decision to leave IN when his unrestricted free agency hits IN 2018.

While the particulars of the possible trade are still being discussed, Boston will likely have to include the number three pick - Jayson Tatum - in a deal for George.

Again, it's complicated: Lowry is coming off the best season of his career and the Raptors are the only team that can offer him a max deal worth $200 million-plus. That still leaves a few other players who could interest the Pacers in a George trade. "I'm here. I'm a Pacer", George said (via The steady decline in competitiveness of the franchise, and LeBron James' dominance of the conference, has led George to look elsewhere as he nears free agency next summer. The Indiana Pacers star has one guaranteed year left on his contract. Circumstances could change, including injuries and interests from other National Basketball Association teams.

The downside to this is that it's been reported by Woj; this means other teams are well aware of his plans, and the Pacers may lack leverage in any potential trade talks to Los Angeles or otherwise. But as it stands, the Lakers wouldn't have enough cap room to sign the All-Star forward outright.

The Pacers could still roll the dice and try to convince George to remain with the only team for which he has played.

The two most notable teams looking into a trade for Paul George are the Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Clippers.

Let the Paul George saga continue. Of course, who on Earth would not want this guy to be on their team? Because of all their future draft capital, the Celtics are mentioned any time a star becomes available.

With his ability to play multiple positions, defend and shoot the 3-pointer, George is just the kind of player who could give the Warriors fits.

  • Julie Sanders