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Olympic champion Paul George, who played for the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association team for 7 seasons, moved to the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2017 and is now one of the top players in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. Throughout his career, the talented athlete has appeared six times in the NBA All-Star Game and has been named to the professional league's symbolic players' team four times.
Paul Cliftonanto George was born May 2, 1990 in Palmdale, California, in the family, where parents and children were seriously interested in sports. The older sister of the future Olympic champion played basketball for Pepperdine University, and the middle one showed great promise on the San Bernardino Coyotes volleyball team.
Not surprisingly, George didn't stay out of the family tradition and, as a child, spent most of his free time in the park playing ball. As a child, the aspiring basketball player cheered on the Los Angeles Lakers and idolized the club's star Kobe Bryant.
George joined an organized team during his years at Knight High School. In his 2nd year, Paul made his college league debut, being the youngest player on the court, and since 2007, the talented teenager, who competed in AAU amateur tournaments, began to take interest in the recruiters of the leading clubs in the athletic union.
Midway through the season, the coach sensed the young player's potential and gave him the lead offensive lineman role. That decision helped the school win the Golden League championship, and Paul was recognized as the most valuable member of the youth basketball team.
At the end of the year, George was ranked 20th in the California Prospective Athlete Rankings and signed a verbal contract with the Santa Clara Agents. Later, however, on the coach's recommendation, the youngster rejected the arrangement and opted to play in the Western Conference for California State University, Fresno.