The Indiana Pacers have not solicited offers for Paul George despite an expiring contract and diminishing leverage to keep him in town, according to a report from HoopsHype that cites sources around the league.

Paul George was left off the All-NBA team for the 2016-17 season, a missed achievement that would have qualified him for a supermax five-year offer from the Pacers worth about $210 million — one year and approximately $75 million more than any other team could offer. As such, Indiana is in a quandary with two realistic options: move its star and get whatever assets in return via a trade, or wait out next season to see if George makes an All-NBA team, which would qualify him for a supermax offer from the Pacers.

Read more at CBS Sports



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