During a Twitch stream on Wednesday night, LA Clippers star Paul George announced he would be making a Drew League appearance for the first time since 2014. With several NBA players already taking part in the pro-am popular this summer, including LeBron James, DeMar DeRozan and Trae Young, George will have the opportunity to continue to build on the league’s already sizeable platform.
When announcing his return, George did not specify a date, saying he would return “one of those weekends” in the future. In a report of Law Murray of The Athleticit has been confirmed that George will not appear this coming weekend, but rather in August.
In order to maximize the attention of fans who wish to attend and those who tune in online, the Drew League likely won’t wait much longer before announcing details of George’s return. With the NBA now streaming these games through their platform, the accessibility is unprecedented. In addition to the free event, these games can also be watched for free online.
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Paul George hosted a fan show in 2014 and will be looking to do something similar in August. Eager to get back in front of the fans, George will have the opportunity to perform not too far from where the Clippers play their home games.
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