INDIANAPOLIS - The NBA season is still two months away, yet the league produced plenty of intrigued during the offseason. The Indiana Pacers made several moves this summer to improve their chances of contending in the Eastern Conference. Kevin Durant, owner of a league MVP trophy, changed teams from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Golden State Warriors.
INDIANAPOLIS - Myles Turner, the Indiana Pacers' rising star, has remained busy throughout this summer after his impressive rookie season. Beyond individual workouts, Turner has traveled the country in pursuit of improving as a player and growing as a man through various experiences.
ANDERSON - T.Y. McGill appreciates the opportunity presented to him each day during the Indianapolis Colts' training camp. He realizes its importance, too. McGill, a second-year nose tackle, wants to help improve the team's defensive line play, solidify his young career and transform himself into a key contributor.
RIO DE JANEIRO - He was selected to the USA Basketball team and played in exhibition games. To Paul George, that did not quite feel like the Olympic Games. He knew it was genuine when he saw "the big statue" - that would be Christ the Redeemer - and was surrounded by Rio 2016 signage and international press corps.
If there was a time machine or a way to bend the space-time continuum, a chance for the Indiana Pacers to pair Jalen Rose with Paul George (along with Reggie Miller, of course) would make for one heck of a team. Thursday was about as close as we'll ever get to see that happening.
CHICAGO - Paul George understands the precedent that USA Basketball has created with the Olympics. The best collection of NBA talent comes together to win the gold medal - and a good portion of those elite players ascends to another level the next season. George could be the next example.
CHICAGO - Add Paul George to the long list of people in USA Basketball who were impressed with Myles Turner during his stint in organization's training camp. Turner was one of the members of the USA select team that helped train George and the rest of the national team for next month's Olympics during a four-day training camp in Las Vegas last week.
CHICAGO - During the playoffs last season, Paul George came up with a new mantra. The Pacers were underdogs against the Toronto Raptors. George knew he would have to great - incredible, in fact - to lead the Pacers to second round. "It's on me," George said then.
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