Paul George aka PG13 Joins Q and D | Knuckleheads Quarantine: E2 | The Players’ Tribune

Paul George, aka PG13, is on for this week’s episode of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles. You’ll hear about young PG the Clippers fan and how Melo – Denver Melo – was the first to bust his ass in the league. How PG’s injury turned him into the sharpshooter he is today. And that Jrue Holiday has been a walking bucket since they were kids. George also shares the full story behind his move from Indiana to Oklahoma City, discusses what it means to have two really good teams in L.A. right now, and confirms that Steve Ballmer really did send 5k worth of gym equipment to every Clipper player’s home. You’ll also hear how The Last Dance has PG itching to get back on that court. And, oh yeah, you know the Knuckleheads had to get PG’s thoughts on his legendary dunk on Birdman. Tune in!

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