Part One of Paul George's Three-Part ESPN Free Agency Series

Part One of Paul George's Three-Part ESPN Free Agency Series

Part One of Paul George's Three-Part ESPN Free Agency Series

The last time ESPN aired a special on a player's impending free agency and their decision, the city of Cleveland lost their collective minds and nearly burned the town down after LeBron James bolted to Miami.

If Paul George is making his free agency decision exclusively based on billboard recruitment, the Los Angeles Lakers just jumped way ahead of the pack.

Like LeBron, George has until Friday to decide if he will opt out of the final year of his contract.

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Of course, George grew up in Palmdale, Calif. and played his college ball at Fresno State. The series starts at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26. Los Angeles is planning to recruit George after multiple reports have indicated that he is interested in potentially signing with the team. Monday, part of the Lakers' recruitment pitch to George leaked. Part 3, which will air after George's National Basketball Association plans are made public, will give viewers a look at what's next for George and how he arrived at his ultimate decision.

George is a Los Angeles County native.

The person injury attorney and longtime season-ticket holder has funded more than 40 billboards around the L.A. area.

George, a five-time All-Star, averaged 21.9 points and 5.7 rebounds per game for Oklahoma City in 2017-18.

The NBA free agency frenzy starts on July 1 and teams are gearing up to pitch several high profile free agents.

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