Paul George tried to get a spot in the Drew League but was shut down. The Pro-Am league based in Los Angeles often features appearances from top stars such as James Harden, Chris Paul and DeMar DeRozan. George tried to break protocol by playing in a playoff game despite not appearing once during the regular seasons.
The Drew League wasn’t having it and told him no thanks.
Paul George tried to show up and play in #thedrew playoffs without playing a regular season game and the commissioner said no. I respect it.
— Nate Jones (@JonesOnTheNBA) August 6, 2017
Hey, rules is rules! Tell him come earlier next year! https://t.co/8v02pgivI9
— Drew League (@DrewLeague) August 6, 2017
Sadly, the fans that attended that game are likely now livid that they missed out on seeing a NBA All-Star especially since he’s likely a future Los Angeles basketball star for the Lakers next summer.
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