OKC Thunder forward ​Paul George spent seven seasons in Indiana, making four All-Star games, three All-Defensive teams, and being named All-NBA twice.


But in a recent profile by The Athletic's Sam Amick, George reflected on his time in Indy and isn't sure whether or not the Pacers will retire his No. 13 (or 24) jersey when all is said and done.

While George had a very good run with the Pacers, a horrific leg injury and an awkward ending in Indianapolis could have hurt his chances. George missed significant time after hurting himself playing for Team USA and he doesn't even rank in the team's top-10 all-time for points, rebounds, or assists, but is third in three-pointers and fifth in steals.


The last Pacer great to have his number retired was Reggie Miller and his No. 31. who retired as the ​NBA's three-point king before being surpassed by Ray Allen.

George came of age in a Pacers uniform but it remains unclear as to what the team will do when he retires. A young PG brought LeBron James and the Heatles to the brink of elimination in the Eastern Conference finals, taking Miami seven games in 2013 and six games in 2014.