Celtics Haven't Offered Top Assets For Pacers' Paul George

The Boston Celtics still want Paul George, but they're not prepared to give up that much to get him.

Paul George is all but finished with the Pacers, but as of Wednesday, was still on the team.

The Celtics are still trying to schedule Hayward's free agency visit, with Sunday or Tuesday the likely possibilities. The sides were growing close to a deal on draft night, but a third-team scenario fell through late in the evening that stalled talks.

IN has been focused on trying to complete a deal with Boston for George, league sources told The Vertical. He has already informed the team he intends to leave when his current contract expires in one year, and the whole world knows the Los Angeles Lakers intrigue him.

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While the Celtics have the combination of young stars and draft picks to make an enticing trade offer to the Pacers, Boston still has plenty of competition to land George.

It's in this that George has been the subject of a plethora of trade rumors.

This is far too expensive of a package for the Celtics to give up for a player like George, who has told the Pacers he is leaving next summer for the Lakers.

Considering George might be seen as a one-year rental before he hits free agency next July, it's highly unlikely that IN will receive that much IN return. He has vowed to play through next season with IN but the four-time All-Star intends to leave when his contract expires next year.

  • Lawrence Cooper