Paul George Scores 40, Throws Down 360 Dunk In His Seattle Pro-Am Debut
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For the past few years, our favorite pro-am to cover each summer has been Jamal Crawford’s Seattle Pro-Am.
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Besides watching Jamal routinely go for 50 on back-to-back days, we have seen everything from Kevin Durant dropping 63 points to Kyrie Irving dropping defenders to dunk champ Zach LaVine dropping 49 and a game-winning 3. The latest superstar to make a stop in basketball starving Seattle is Paul George.
On Saturday, George had 40 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists in his Seattle Pro-Am debut, which included an assortment of jumpers, 3-pointers, a 1-hand 360 dunk and an accidental 3-point alley-oop pass – he couldn’t miss!