Paul George Set to Return to NBA All Star Game 2016 in Toronto
Paul George looks like his old All-Star self again. But the Pacers still lost. Paul George had a couple good games this past week but Sunday he showed he is all the way back — he went head-to-head with LeBron James and held his own. George put up 32 points Sunday against James and the Cavaliers, meanwhile defending LeBron on the other end (LeBron had 29 points on 23 shots). It was an entertaining game thanks of those two, who had great clashes back in the Eastern Conference Finals and Sunday renewed that rivalry —and you could sense the mutual respect. Ultimately too much Kevin Love (22 points), a fourth-quarter 7-0 run, and a couple of LeBron free throws late sealed a Cavs win.
Paul George looks like he is all the way back from season ending injury last year. We can't wait to see him run with the best of them at NBA All Star Weekend in Toronto. We believe Paul George will be voted in starting lineup by the fans, but if not I'm sure he will easily get in with this type of playing early on this season.