Although he scored a game-high 34 factors in his second sport again from a seven-game absence due to a swollen toe, Paul George was glued to the bench for the ultimate 2:50 of the Los Angeles Clippers’ 112-108 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday.
After the sport, the six-time All-Star revealed he may have stored taking part in.
“I was ready to go,” George stated postgame, in accordance to ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk. “I wanted to keep going.”
It’s unclear if the Clippers will proceed to restrict George’s minutes. The 30-year-old insists he is wholesome and “good to go, as of now.”
George has been one among L.A.’s finest gamers this season, averaging 24.4 factors, 6.2 rebounds and 5.5 assists per sport whereas capturing 51.1% from the sector and 47.1% from deep.
With George within the lineup, the Clippers are 17-5. Without him, they’re 5-5. Overall, the workforce is 22-10 and sits third within the Western Conference behind the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Lakers.