Indiana Pacers fan posts Craigslist ad looking for Paul George’s missing talent

Paul George

Recently, the Indiana Pacers haven’t exactly played like one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference and well, it seems that one Pacers fan has decided to place a Craigslist Ad to try and find Paul George’s missing talent.

The full body text of the ad which was posted in the “lost and found section” in the Indianapolis Craigslist can be seen below and it’s pretty funny to say the least:

The talent for short-lived NBA superstar Paul George has gone missing. We’re desperate to reunite the talent back with the body before the NBA playoffs start in a few weeks. We’ve checked everywhere. Strip clubs. Sex Shops. Moron Mountain. Tune Land. No luck so far.

His jump shot has been missing since December! This is the longest it’s ever been gone. We think it might have something to do with that stripper he impregnated in Miami, but she’s gone AWOL. If you have any information about the whereabouts of his talent, please report back to Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird. Bird can be reached at any time of the day at The Rathskeller bar on 401 E. Michigan St.

***REWARD: When Indiana inevitably loses to Miami in the conference finals, we’ll find a way to supply you with LeBron’s sweaty head band.

We will see if anyone will be able to answer the ad…

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Pacers fan posts Craigslist ad looking for Paul George’s talent [Beyond the Buzzer]

George image courtesy of Getty Images

 

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About the author: Ben Chew

 

Ben Chew is the managing editor of That NBA Lottery Pick and has worked as a sports editor/writer for websites including Coed Magazine, Guyspeed, and NBC’s Sports “Off The Bench”.

He has also worked in the sports media field as a sports radio personality/producer at SportsTalk Network and as a television sports anchor at KIEM-TV.

 

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