Simon provided a statement denying any rumors about any legal response by the team, via Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today:
Jeff Zillgitt @JeffZillgitt
Statement from Pacers owner Herb Simon on not considering legal action against league, Lakers and putting tampering issue behind franchise: https://t.co/FNMAgeAEbO2017-9-6 19:47:36
The Pacers initially filed the charges with the NBA against the Lakers, and specifically Magic Johnson, accusing the team of attempting to make a side agreement with the player while he was still a member of the Pacers, per Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.
After saying he agreed with the NBA's decision, however, Simon noted, "we want to put this issue behind us."
The Pacers have already moved on from George, trading the four-time All-Star to the Oklahoma City Thunder in June. Indiana received Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis in return, whom Simon referred to as "exceptional players" in his statement.
This move was arguably forced when George explained his intentions to leave when eligible for free agency in 2018, causing the Pacers to try to get some value in return while it was still possible.
While the 27-year-old forward could still potentially sign with Los Angeles next summer, anything that happens with him at this point is none of Indiana's concern.