INDIANAPOLIS -- Paul George put himself on the clock Thursday.
Almost seven months after a gruesome leg injury seemingly ended his season, the Pacers' star finished his first full practice -- three days ahead of schedule. Now, the next countdown can begin: When will he play?
"I've got LeBron tomorrow night," George joked, referring to Indiana's game Friday night against Cleveland...
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Indiana Pacers forward Paul George was able to finish a full team practice on Thursday, for the first time since breaking his leg last summer.
Seven months ago George suffered from a compound fracture during a Team USA scrimmage in August 2014. He targeted mid-March to make his return to the NBA. This practice has set him 3 days ahead of schedule, but he is still not ready to make...
Paul George participated in his first full practice this season with the Indiana Pacers on Thursday, beating his personal goal of March 1 by several days.
"Felt good. Felt really good," George said, "to be able to go through a full practice now and go up and down, it's a big step for me."
George does not yet have a firm date for his return from a right leg injury.
"I'm still hopeful...
It’s always good to see guys get back on the court.
We may have just lost Derrick Rose for an unspecified amount of time – and Kobe Bryant is out for the year too, sadly – though it looks like we may see Paul George back on the court soon.
George, who broke his leg while playing for Team USA over the summer, returned to the practice floor for the first time today.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Paul George is back to full-time work.
On Thursday, the Pacers' two-time All-Star finished his first full practice since his compound fracture of his right leg. That's three days sooner than expected. He is trying to return by Sunday, the date team doctors set in August.
But it's still unclear when George will play in games, and neither George nor coach Frank Vogel...
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Indiana Pacers star Paul George returned to practice Thursday for the first time since breaking his leg in a USA Basketball scrimmage in August.
When media walked in today, Paul George was practicing with the #Pacers. pic.twitter.com/lm79qzAI3u
— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) February 26, 2015
George has always stated that he wanted to return by March 1.
He said he planned...
After suffering a gruesome leg injury (no I am not linking it here because it is THAT bad) during the summer with Team USA, Pacers’ Paul George looked like he will be done for the entire 2014-15 NBA season.
That was them this is now and it seems Paul might be coming back to the court sooner than later.
George took to his Instagram with a photo of him with the ball and a caption...
The past few weeks have been rough, weather wise. The country has been hit with a series of snow storms and freezing temperatures.
The Indiana Pacers, as a team, have felt the impact of mother nature. On Friday afternoon, the injured Paul George tweeted a series of pictures showing his teammates bundled up inside the Wells Fargo Center. The picture was taken during the team shoot...
Former Indiana Pacer Danny Granger celebrates after a made basket in a game in the 2013-14 season.
The Indiana Pacers have two major events quickly approaching; the possible return of forward Paul George, and the trade deadline (Feb 28). Each event could profoundly impact the 21-33 team. The Indiana Pacers are still two games out of the eighth playoff spot. But there is still a...