Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

The All-NBA Teams' Impact on Several NBA Superstars

The All-NBA Teams' Impact on Several NBA Superstars

However, George to the Lakers seems to be the hottest one at the moment, and it seems like George himself believes he can help the L.A. Lakers return to their glory years. It would also give other National Basketball Association teams (including the Thunder) an additional year to maneuver under the ever-rising salary cap in order to make a pitch to Hayward in 2018.

IN was seemingly dealt a major blow Thursday in terms of its chances of signing George to a long-term deal.

There are six forward spots on the All-NBA teams and Indiana Pacer Paul George was not named among them, leaving him ineligible to receive a five-year, $207 million supermax extension this summer.

The 2017 NBA Draft order was finalized Tuesday night after the draft lottery, which has led to some clarity around what could happen with some of the big names linked to trades and free agency.

The Lakers hold the No. 2 pick in this year's draft and have several talented young players.

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Included in the third All-NBA team were Chicago Bulls' Jimmy Butler, Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green, Toronto Raptors' DeMar DeRozan, Washington Wizards' John Wall and DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers. As such, rumors have persisted that they will be interested in bringing on Indiana Pacers star Paul George in the near future. After a wonderful showing at the Olympics last summer and a monstrous 2016-17 season that saw Jokic average 16.7 points, 9.8 rebounds, and 4.9 assists, it's apparent how talented and impactful the 22-year-old is.

All-NBA 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams announced.

Mitch Lawrence of Sporting News said this in April of George's future: "A SoCal native, [George] has been talking about playing for his hometown team, the Lakers, for a long time". Will George tell the Pacers he won't be staying, and thus force a trade now?

In news that could have repercussion not just for Denver's team-building but around the league, neither Gordon Hayward nor Paul George made any of the All-NBA teams, meaning they cannot reach the designated player extension qualifications under the new CBA.

That is about $75 million more than another team could guarantee George were he to sign elsewhere if he opted for free agency in 2018. "If Paul George is gonna go there he wants them to have assets, he wants them to be as good of a team as they can when he walks in".

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