On the eve of the biggest game of the year and Paul George’s return to Indianapolis, Pacers GM Kevin Pritchard was liking old tweets from the Oklahoma City Police Department from June when the Pacers traded Paul George to the Thunder.
The OKC Police department tweeted “Thanks for the tweets reporting the “theft” of Paul George by @OKCThunder”. “Our investigation findings: totally legal and very savvy.”
Thanks for the tweets reporting the “theft” of Paul George by @okcthunder.
Our investigative findings: totally legal & very savvy.
— Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) July 1, 2017
With all the success Victor Oladipo’s been having in Indy, Pacers’ Kevin Pritchard went back and liked an old tweet 👀 pic.twitter.com/Di1nJ5NXYT
— SB Nation (@SBNation) December 13, 2017
So far this season it looks totally opposite from what everyone thought both teams would be. The Pacers are 16-11 and 5th in the Eastern Conference and the Thunder are 12-14 and 9th in the Western Conference. OKC’s big three haven’t meshed well yet and there have been rumors of problems in the locker room and a problem giving each person that ball on the court.
The Pacers, on the other hand, have shown a lot of growth and former Hoosier Victor Oladipo has become the star of the Pacers in just 27 games. It looks as if the Pacers getting Victor Oladipo was the “highway robbery” that happened between the two teams.
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