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NBA Trade Rumour: Philadelphia 76ers & Indiana Pacers Deal For Paul George At Deadline

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Paul George of the Indiana Pacers looks on during a game against the Charlotte Hornets.

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2017 NBA Trade Deadline had many big players with one of the major player Paul George available on the market. His expertise made a lot of sense for the Philadelphia 76ers core team current players. Reports made it clear that the team made what various sources portrayed as a “noteworthy” offer for the Olympian wing. Early Tuesday morning, ESPN’s Zach Lowe composed a section about the significance of the forthcoming summer for George’s future with the Indiana Pacers.

Standoffish however Larry Bird may have been, Philadelphia 76ers did for sure make an offer for the Indiana Pacers forward. Numerous sources revealed to Liberty Ballers that the Sixers offered Indiana their choice of one of the Sixers’ young bigs, Robert Covington, and no less than two first round picks for his services, reports

Philadelphia 76ers were not turned off by George’s inclination to play for the Lakers, as per one individual from the association. Philadelphia 76ers even trusted they could sell George on staying with them for the long haul by alluring him to play with their promising core players. Thus, their own picks past the 2017 Draft were not untouchable, reports Liberty Ballers.

As per one source, it was particularly Nerlens Noel being offered in the bundle nearby Covington and the first-round picks. However, others painted a more adaptable picture for the Philadelphia 76ers sake, trusting Jahlil Okafor would have been the man to go.

Reports suggest that despite the fact that one of the proposed bits of the arrangement was moved onward to Dallas, the Philadelphia 76ers could in all likelihood be included with George again down the line. Be it in terms of trade talks or 2018 free agency. Sources added that an arrangement for George would have made for an essentially unique due date, and the level of their enthusiasm for a prompt impact player ought to be considered important while surveying how they’ll approach the market this summer.

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