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Pacers’ Paul George Explains Number Switch

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“I remember sitting in a car with my agent, and we were discussing that PG-13 could be a good fit for my career,” (Paul) George explained Friday afternoon. “Because I wasn’t a household name, it’ll be something for fans to kind of gravitate to.”

“And then, when I had the opportunity to do so again (this spring), we jumped on it,” George said, with a big smile. “And the whole thing behind PG-13 is just coming into my own. I feel like I’m at that stage where I’m ready to embrace everything that comes with being one of the young stars in this league. Everyone knows PG-13 is related to television, so the whole thing is being able to enjoy the show and being fun to watch.”

via Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports

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