Indiana Pacers star Paul George says his team is the “little brother” of the NBA. George voiced his frustration regarding a lack of foul calls after Monday’s 90-85 loss to the Chicago Bulls. George finished the game with 14 points in 39 minutes, but it was the fact that he went to the free throw line just one time that really irritated the All-Star and his coach, Nate McMillan.
“Since I’ve been in this jersey we’ve always fought this battle,” George said. “Ever since I’ve been playing, ever since I’ve been in this jersey we’ve fought this battle. Maybe the league has teams they like so they can give them the benefit of the doubt. We’re the little brother of the league. We’re definitely the little brother of the league.”
Source: Nick Friedell of ESPN
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