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Analyst Has A Strong Belief About Paul George’s Future With Clippers

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For the last few months, there have been many rumors about Paul George possibly leaving the Los Angeles Clippers this summer.

On Wednesday night, the team was easily taken down by the Dallas Mavericks, which only fed these rumors.

Tim Hardaway Sr. was on Thursday’s episode of “The Carton Show” and said he thinks George is done playing alongside Russell Westbrook, James Harden, and Kawhi Leonard.

“I don’t think Paul George is coming back,” Hardaway said, saying the team is just one loss away from George leaving the team forever.

"I don't think Paul George is coming back."

— @HardawaySr says the Clippers Big 3 is one loss away from breaking up pic.twitter.com/HWY5FIFzmO

— The Carton Show (@TheCartonShow) May 2, 2024

Alongside Leonard, George has been at the center of the Clippers since joining the team in 2019.

During this time, he has averaged 23 points, 6 rebounds, and 4.5 assists while battling many absences from Leonard and his own problems with injuries.

Now George is at a crossroads and has to decide what he wants for his future in the league.

There are reportedly multiple teams that would jump at the chance to sign George if he waves goodbye to the Clippers.

Most reports state that the Philadelphia 76ers sit at the top of the list of teams he would consider playing with.

If the Clippers lose in the opening round of the playoffs, it’ll be clear that this iteration of the team just isn’t working.

Even with the power of George, Westbrook, Harden, and Leonard, it isn’t enough.

Therefore, no one would blame George for heading to the exit.

There is a chance that the Clippers bounce back from their tough loss and even the series.

But if they don’t, George’s next chapter might begin.

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