George is burning up his fighting spirit.

Paul George of the LA Clippers recently had an interview with ‘SLAM’. 카지노 George expressed his determination for the next season here.

George entered the NBA as the 10th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. He proved his potential by becoming a starter for the team in his second year. He later developed into one of the best offensive and defensive players in the league and played as the Indiana Pacers’ ace.

George, who landed in the Clippers after playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder, teamed up with Kawhi Leonard, another superstar and an offensive guard like himself, to challenge for the championship. But injuries caught up with him.

George has averaged 23.2 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.5 steals, and a 39.0% 3-point shooting percentage while wearing the Clippers uniform for the past four years.

However, he only appeared in 189 of 328 games. Leonard also could not shake off the evil spirit of injury. In the end, the Clippers, who were said to be strong contenders for the championship, had to be satisfied with only advancing to the playoffs. 

“I need to take responsibility,” George said. “I will come into the game every day and try to dominate my opponent. I will try to make my presence known by physically dominating my opponent. Every time I am on the court, I will radiate dominance and destroy my opponent.” “I will approach it with the mindset of,” he said.

George is entering his 14th season of debut. His age is towards his mid-30s. He averaged 23.8 points, 6.1 rebounds, 5.1 assists, and 1.5 steals last season, but aging may come.

But George is gritting his teeth.

George said, “It’s all about my legacy. If I show any shortcomings, I will take responsibility. I have to go into the game with a strong fighting spirit in mind.”

George can exercise his player option after next season. In other words, he can shake off his injury-prone image next season and aim for a bigger contract by proving his worth.

Attention is focused on how George will handle his time with the Clippers, which could be his last.

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