Paul George on game-winning floater vs. Jazz ‘Thank god it went in’ | NBA Sound
In a game that went to double-overtime vs. the Utah Jazz, the Oklahoma City Thunder received an absurd performance from Paul George, who lotted 50 minutes, 45 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and zero turnovers, including the game winning, high-arching floater with less than a tick to go. The Thunder went on to win 148-147 in their first game following the 2019 NBA All-Star game. (0:07) George speaks on Jazz center Rudy Gobert possibly drawing a charge, which triggered George to approach the situation differently with a teardrop shot against one of the NBA’s best shot blockers. George also says his windmill dunk was a “statement” to let the Jazz know his legs were still fresh.
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