Paul George Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/2/1990 (31)
- Fresno State
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Los Angeles Clippers small forward Paul George (rest) and power forward Nicolas Batum will be unavailable for Wednesday's contest against Sacramento. George's absence marks his first of the season, yet it comes at a curious time with the Clippers set for a weekend back-to-back vs. the Lakers and Kings on Friday and Saturday, respectively. In addition to averaging a gaudy stat line of 25.9 points, 7.3 boards and 5.1 assists on a nightly basis, George's 22 field-goal attempts per game leads the league. With that in mind, all healthy Clippers will garner added DFS appeal Wednesday, as there will ample shots to go around. Batum remains in the league's health and safety protocols, and when he might return is unknown.
Los Angeles Clippers guard/forward Paul George had a good 27-point effort on 10-for-20 shooting in Monday's loss to New Orleans, but he also registered seven turnovers. He's now had 15 turnovers in total across his last two games. George was 3-for-10 with the three-ball Monday night and his line included three rebounds, three assists and one steal. With two meetings against Sacramento coming up, George is set for a big week, but he'll hopefully sort out his ball-handling in the upcoming games.
Los Angeles Clippers guard/forward Paul George produced a good bounce-back performance, at least scoring-wise, on Sunday against the Warriors, recording a team-high 30 points on 11-for-24 shooting in a 105-90 loss. He shot 3-for-7 from outside and had five rebounds and five assists but also ended up matching his career high with eight turnovers. George had been limited to just 12 points in his previous outing against Detroit. The Warriors have been immense on the defensive end this season, so this was far from an easy matchup for George, but he still ended up delivering his sixth 30-point performance of the season. The next matchups against New Orleans and Sacramento are much more favorable spots to perform, as both teams sit in the bottom-five in defensive efficiency.
Los Angeles Clippers guard/forward Paul George had a game-high 29 points on 12-for-25 shooting as the team took down Dallas 97-91 on Sunday. He nailed three triples with eight attempts and tallied four rebounds and six assists with one steal and six turnovers in 38 minutes. The turnovers were an ugly sight, but George had thrown away the ball just twice in his previous two games, so we can let it slide. He's a usage monster this season in L.A., with Kawhi Leonard (knee) on the shelf, and these things happen. PG13 can shine against the Mavs again on Tuesday and will then find himself in a very good spot to perform versus Detroit on Friday.