Appreciate you @ygtrece and for quoting @ehfar | everything happens for a reason. I think it's staying positive, persistence and hard work. To be the greatest you have to out work/hustle everyone... Best of luck this off-season. #clippers #ehfar
Paul George, the All-Star Clippers wing, has called his recovery from a right knee sprain challenging but believes he is still optimistic that his team will be able to compete and compete again in the next three seasons. George sprained his right knee March 21 but avoided damaging any ligaments, leaving open the possibility of a return during the postseason. He has taken part in workouts that have increased in intensity and one-on-one drills, but has yet to participate in full-contact workouts. Despite their history of injuries, George said he believes he has "a lot of good years in me" and that Leonard feels the same about his own longevity. He also expressed his support for Russell Westbrook's buyout market move and wants him back in the Clippers next season.
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