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With George, the Pacers should be feared.
Paul George is the biggest reason why the Pacers are an impressive 32-21 at the break.
The Pacers are sitting in third place in the Eastern Conference, and first in the Central Division.
George has played and started in all but one of the Pacers' games, averaging nearly 38 minutes per contest.
He leads the Pacers in points, three-pointers, steals and minutes.
Furthermore he is second on the team in field goals made, fouls shots made, rebounds and assists.
In the Pacers' wins, George has played very well, averaging over 19 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists while making over 45 percent of his shots.
Paul George is an all-around great basketball player. He is exactly what coaches love: Someone who plays equally as hard on defense as he does offense. He can defend, shoot and rebound exceptionally well.