Paul George indicates he feels obligation to Thunder

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For LeBron James, and other free agents, where PG lands could impact their decisions. The Oklahoma City Thunder are growing increasingly optimistic about their chances of re-signing him. Part three will air following his free agency decision - who knows what that will consist of just yet? One of the biggest stories this summer will be where he decides to continue in his career, and fans will get an in-depth look into his thought process thanks to SportsCenter.

Heading into the 2017-18 National Basketball Association season, most people thought Paul George would be a rental to the Thunder in pursuit of a tenure with the Lakers in the future. "But I felt I didn't finish as strong as I could have".

Many have assumed for years that Paul George is destined to end up with the Los Angeles Lakers, and that could very well come to fruition this summer.

"Here they have made a huge risk in trading for me, knowing I have one year on my deal", George said, as transcribed by Brett Dawson of The Oklahoman. Added he likes Sam Presti, Billy Donovan, and playing with Russell Westbrook.

Although the actual video has yet to leak, the Lakers' free agency pitch, titled "Two Dreams", reportedly includes the following voiceover, obviously aimed at the Palmdale-native. "I mean, honestly, I can't say it any more than that".

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"It will definitely be the opportunity on knowing, you know, team, personnel, and ultimately like what team will be assembled", he said.

It wasn't entirely clear after the season that Anthony would opt in.

Despite his confidence, the 10-time All-Star posted career lows in scoring average and field goal percentage last season.

"I was really excited about playing alongside Russ, one of the best players, and at that time, had just won the MVP".

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.