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The Roster: Bradley Beal, DeMarcus Cousins, Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis, DeMar DeRozan, Andre Drummond, Kevin Durant, Kenneth Faired, Paul George, Blake Griffin, James Harden, Gordon Hayward, Kyrie Irving, Kyle Korver, Damian Lillard, Kevin Love, Chandler Parson, Derrick Rose, Klay Thompson. CSNNW.com

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If a paternity test determines Indiana Pacers All-Star Paul George is the father of a New York woman's child, George seeks sole custody, according to court documents. The woman, Daniela Rajic, previously filed for sole custody of the child, citing George's travel schedule. Among the reasons George's petition said shared parental responsibility would be detrimental to the child. USA Today Sports

June 28, 2014 Updates

George also clarified confusion over his infamous “I don’t know” answer when asked after the Game 6 loss to Miami in the Eastern Conference Finals if he’d like to see Lance Stephenson return as a free agent. “I think that was taken way out of context,” George said. “Obviously, me and Lance have been here four years together. I would love to continue to keep playing with Lance. When I said ‘I don’t know,’ I was speaking on what he’s going to do. I don’t know what he’s going to do, I don’t know what our front office is going to do and at the end of the day that’s my decision. I went through (contract talks), it was tough, but I would love to see No. 1 back here in a Pacers uniform.” 1070 The Fan

June 24, 2014 Updates

A former stripper wants sole custody of her 2-month-old girl because the child’s NBA star-dad is too busy on the court to be a parent, according to court papers. Attorneys for Indiana Pacers forward Paul George revealed his ex-lover’s previously sealed paternity lawsuit when they moved the case to federal court on Monday. George “is not capable of the care of the child … due to, among other things, his professional obligations, his lifestyle and his residency away from the child,” baby mama Daniela Rajic says in the legal filing. New York Post

June 4, 2014 Updates

The happiest member of the just-announced All-NBA teams is likely Paul George, who had a large clause in his contract triggered by being named to the third team on Wednesday. As part of the contract that George signed with the Indiana Pacers last summer, making the All-NBA team activates a nearly $7 million bonus in that deal, according to sources. George becomes the third player since 2011 to hit what has become known as the "Rose Provision," which is an escalator bonus in some maximum contracts. ESPN.com

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