Paul George: Watch NBA star CONFIRM Thunder move at Russell Westbrook party – Express

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George became a free agent on Friday after opting out of the final year of his contract.
Having arrived on what appeared to be a one-year rental from the Indiana Pacers, George had been expected to join the Los Angeles Lakers as a result of a disappointing year in Oklahoma.
While Thunder made it to the NBA playoffs, they crashed out in the first round.
But it seems Billy Donovan’s side were able to to persuade George to stay put with Thunder according to ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski.Paul George He tweeted: “Paul George has agreed to a four-year, $137M max contract with the Thunder, league source tells ESPN. Deal includes a player option.”
And George also announced his future at a house party hosted by team-mate Russell Westbrook.
“If ya’ll didn’t quite get it,” he said. “Let me say it again. I’m here to stay.”
It’s thought that George’s close friendship with Westbrook is one of the biggest factors in convincing him to stay with Thunder.Paul GeorgeGeorge took to Instagram late on Saturday night and posted a snap with Westbrook with the caption: “Unfinished business.”
And fans were quick to express their delight after George committed his future with Thunder.
“Thank you PG……can’t leave russ like that man…they need to trust Okc process….much respect,” one fan wrote.Paul George Russell WestbrookAnother said: “Thanks for staying. Good things coming your way!!”
But Lakers fans were not happy with George’s snub.
“I think that was disrespectful not even given the Lakers a meeting before you made your decision after crying and trying to get there all last year,” one fan said.
Another wrote: “You hurt the hearts of Lakers fans. You don’t deserve the respect of Lakers fans.”Paul George
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