Paul George Trade Rumors: Talks Between Celtics, Pacers Reportedly Ongoing

by Leon Thompson July 1, 2017, 0:10
Paul George Trade Rumors: Talks Between Celtics, Pacers Reportedly Ongoing

Indiana Pacers forward Paul George is being wooed by several clubs as the National Basketball Association prepares for Saturday's start of free agency for the 2017-18 season.

The Celtics, though, do not have a good read on whether George would be open to staying in Boston after next season.

But Pritchard has made it known that he is not in a rush - a ploy that actually works in favor of the Celtics, who for salary cap purposes want to sign a major free agent first, be it Utah's Gordon Hayward or the Clippers' Blake Griffin.

Obviously, he's been most linked to his hometown Los Angeles Lakers, a squad George himself has indicated he wants to play for (more on that here). The Jazz are working to upgrade the roster, including point guard, before July 1 when Hayward will start taking meetings with Boston and Miami in free agency, league sources said.

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Teams can negotiate terms and deals with available talent starting this weekend but there is a moratorium on signing any contracts until next Thursday.

IN reportedly wants the 2018 Brooklyn Nets first-round pick and the first-rounder the C's acquired from the Philadelphia 76ers from Boston in return for George.

It's in this that George has been the subject of a plethora of trade rumors.

George is a four-time All-Star and one of the NBA's elite two-way players. IN is desirous of the young players and future draft picks that Boston is uniquely able to offer the Pacers for George.


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