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Isaiah Thomas Bickers With Lance Stephenson On Instagram Over Paul George

Isaiah Thomas Bickers With Lance Stephenson On Instagram Over Paul George

We already know George has informed his Indiana Pacers that he will not re-sign with them next summer. The Pacers star has made it clear that he would prefer to play with his hometown Lakers. The Pacers will need to come down from that ridiculous asking price, or they will most likely lose George for nothing.

The Boston Celtics have been very patient over the last couple of years, being very cautious of not overpaying for assets. But George reportedly would not do that unless the Celtics can sign a Blake Griffin or Gordon Hayward type of player.

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

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Federer Shows Grasscourt Best, Destroys Zverev in Halle Final
It was his ninth title at Halle, and the shortest of his 11 finals. "It was a very good week for me again making the finals here". Roger Federer brushed aside the challenge of rising star Alexander Zverev to clinch his ninth Gerry Weber Open title in Halle.

Murray says need to learn from US Open defeat to Nishikori
Nishikori, the Japan number one, did break back but the three-time major champion prevailed 7-0 in the tiebreak. Kei missed a second-serve return, and then I think a good serve on the next point.

As illustrated below the latest offer from the Pacers includes the 2018 Net's pick, the Lakers pick and starting players on top of it (Jae Crowder or Avery Bradley). The Celtics at the deadline weren't going to give up that much, and they still won't give what IN is asking.

Cleveland was supposedly looking to work a three-team deal with Denver that would send Kevin Love to the Nuggets and George to the Cavaliers.

A league source said today that the Celtics are waiting to hear back from Pritchard, who as of draft night was asking for next year's Nets and Lakers first round picks, which are both under Celtics control. Remember that this was the same guy that thought the Warriors were better off without Durant.

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