Cavs, Pacers and Nuggets Discussed Three-Way Paul George Trade


According to the reporters, the Cavs, Pacers and Denver Nuggets have discussed a three-way trade that would see George in Cleveland and Kevin Love in Denver.

There have been plenty of Los Angeles Lakers rumors popping up in recent days, most of which revolve around Paul George.

Adrian Wojnarowski of the The Vertical reports the Celtics are trying to sign Hayward and then make a deal for George with the Pacers.

With all the trade chatter surrounding Paul George the past couple of weeks, the Indiana Pacers are believed to be facing a hard situation, especially if their franchise player and leader will ultimately be dealt. The two sides were getting close to a deal on draft night but they were unable to get a third team sufficiently involved to reach an agreement.

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According to the ESPN report, one of the Nuggets' off-season priorities is to upgrade the power forward position, which would be settled with the acquisition of Love.

The 27-year-old Hayward missed the chance to get a super max five-year, $207 million contract after he was not selected to one of the three All-NBA teams.

Indy can pick from the Boston Celtics' bottomless pit of assets to find the combination it likes best for George, grabbing either of Boston's last two lottery picks plus a first-round selection nearly guaranteed to be highly valuable. The Cavaliers are devoid of the kind of young players and future picks that IN might want IN return for George, and George has never mentioned the Cavaliers as an intriguing destination. The trade allows them to stay competitive in the eastern conference and avoid a complete rebuild.

Instead, the Pacers chose to hold on to him because they thought they could entice him to stay by offering him a super-max deal if he makes an All-NBA team. The problem with that thinking is that George will only re-sign with a few teams, one being the Cleveland Cavaliers. As the C's try to maneuver their salary cap situation, they pretty much have to do things in that order. George averaged 23.7 points, 6.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists in his seventh season for the Indiana Pacers.