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Paul George Intends to Re-Sign with the Thunder

First Russell Westbrook signed his five-year extension, and now it looks like another piece of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s new core is here to stay. Forward Paul George has verbally informed the Thunder that he intends to re-sign with the team when his current deal expires at the end of this season, a source close to George’s camp has informed the Hoops Inquirer.

Paul George Intends to Re-Sign with the Thunder

A Knick No More

After months of excruciating, very public back and forth between the Knicks and Carmelo Anthony, the former face of the franchise is trading in his orange and blue jersey for, well, a different orange and blue. On the afternoon following a report by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that Anthony had expanded the list of teams he would be willing to accept a trade to, a deal quickly materialized sending Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and the Bulls' 2018 second round pick.

A Knick No More

The Moral Obligations of Athletes and Franchises

Two months after announcing his intent to sell the franchise, former Rockets owner Leslie Alexander decided to donate money to the hurricane relief efforts of those impacted in Texas. What initially started as a $4 million donation has now increased to $10 million by Alexander, currently the highest contribution by any one individual in sports.

The Moral Obligations of Athletes and Franchises