Paul George Talks Lakers Rumors, Plans To Workout With Kobe Bryant

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Check out the footage below of his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

"No man. I love Magic, (he's a) great dude", George said, before laughing when Kimmel responded by saying that it was good he thought that because he was going to be working for him with the Lakers.

Have you talked to Kobe Bryant about joining the Lakers?

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The team also signed cornerback Tevin Homer and tight end Manassah Garner. While his grandpa was about 5-foot, 7-inches, Nico is 5-foot, 8-inches.

"I'm an L.A. kid". If George makes one, he will be eligible for the designated player extension ahead of his 2018 free agency, giving the Pacers an option to outspend every other team by a significant margin to keep him. Actually, at my home, Kobe is the biggest person in my house - not even me.

"Yeah, pick his brain a little bit". When asked whether he'd like play for the Lakers, George discussed his relationship with Lakers president Magic Johnson and retired legend Kobe Bryant before confirming his love for Indiana.

There has been a lot of speculation regarding George's future with the Pacers for several months.

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If the team fails to land in the top three, the pick will go to the Sacramento Kings as part of the Cousins trade. Demps hired Gentry two seasons ago, and the Pelicans have gone 64-100 since, missing the playoffs both seasons.

As we near the summer, free agent rumors will begin to circulate.

George has been prominently linked with the Lakers, his favorite team growing up, and the Boston Celtics. According to ESPN.com's Zach Lowe, the Lakers "will dangle prospects" in a possible deal for George.

The second is the announcement of All-NBA teams on Thursday.

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Lyon honcho Jean-Michel Aulas has told the media that his club will likely sell star-man Alexandre Lacazette this summer. Arsenal and Liverpool are just two of the clubs interested in signing the 25-year-old French striker.

The Lakers are coming off a three-year stretch in which they won 64 total games and had three of the five worst seasons in franchise history.

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