Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports that George told team officials that he will not re-sign with the team following the 2017-18 season and hopes to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent.
Paul George has reportedly made his intentions absolutely clear to the Pacers - he will play out the final year of his contract next season, but plans to enter free agency in 2018.
The Lakers can sign George to a four-year max deal worth $130 million, which they plan to offer him.
But if George does leave the Pacers, it will be a costly financial decision. They could free up space by renouncing Randle and freeing themselves of his $12 million cap hold, but that's the least attractive route.
Indians taken hostages by ISS in Iraq's Mosul alive: MEA
Of these, 371,000 are being aided in camps, where they receive tents, mattresses, blankets, buckets and kitchen utensils. Many are living in precarious conditions, particularly those in unfinished or abandoned buildings, Geddo said.
However, by mentioning that he wants to go to the Lakers, it's unlikely that the Pacers will be able to trade him. It would take a winning situation and a promising future to even dream of keeping George past his current contract, but there are some teams that could think of taking the gamble. By his second season in the league, George saw his playing time jump, with his scoring following suit, ballooning to 12.1 points per game.
If Paul George really meant what he said about not leaving, but eventually changed his mind, it is interesting to know what the probable cause is.
Nigel Farage, UKIP, and the Brexit referendum may one day be counted among the saviours of the European Union. On Brexit, Ms Foster said her party wanted to see "a sensible Brexit and one that works for everybody".
The family spokesperson said a bullet went through Barth's calf, and after he was shot, he allegedly saw the gunman aiming at him. But former majority leader Eric Cantor was the voice Scalise couldn't be regarding Griner and Bailey.
At the moment, Durant said he was more engrossed in enjoying the championship and the upcoming parade Thursday in Oakland, Calif. It's about the guys next to you, about the flag, about the kids out there who look up to you and the United States.
As a result of the casualties, the separatists called for a protest shutdown and authorities imposed section 144 in south Kashmir. An Indian police officer detains a Kashmiri protester in Srinagar , Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, June 16, 2017.
After playing partner Jonathan Randolph made a longer putt for bogey 6, Thomas' eagle putt was center-cut for history. Thomas raced to the turn in 31 blows after circling birdies at 1, 2, 5, 7, 8 and 9 against a single bogey at 5.
McCain complained that Harris was not letting Rosenstein answer, and Burr subsequently chastised her and cut her off. After Powers responded that Harris was "dogged" in questioning Sessions , but so too was Sen .
America's Cup: New Zealand take 1-0 lead over USA
So far, the Kiwis and their cycling grinding system have proved too fast for Oracle in light, shifty wind. Emirates Team New Zealand faces Oracle Team USA in the America's Cup sailing match starting June 17.
Woman who stormed stage during 'Julius Caesar' is arrested
Bank of America and Delta both pulled their support from the play after hearing about its politically-charged portrayal. The murder-porn remake of Julius Caesar is just the latest attempt to normalize violence against conservatives.
Trump Is Wrong about Cuba, Mexican Press Highlights
Members of Cuba's small but vibrant independent civil society say they fear the new policy will do more harm than good. The policy also mandates regular reporting on Cuba's progress-if any-toward greater political and economic freedom.
First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among US Teens: CDC
The number of middle and high school students who used any tobacco product fell to 3.9 million in 2016 from 4.7 million in 2015. The decline in cigarette use follows a broad array of public health campaigns and coincides with the rise of vaping.
Wife: Man who shot congressman wanted to work on tax policy
Asked if she had a message for any of the four people injured in the attack, Sue Hodgkinson said: "I don't even know who was shot. A complaint had also been made against Hodgkinson in March this year after he fired 50 rounds into a wooded area near homes.