Paul George has dropped some hints about Oklahoma City …

Paul George has dropped some hints about Oklahoma City this week. The soon-to-be free agent said “Oklahoma is home for me” Monday in a speech to a group of kids at a fishing event for his foundation. “I’ve yet to really be able to get out and around and do as much fishing as I want,” he told reporters after the speech. “Hopefully, there’s a summer for that here that I can do that.”
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