Paul George Reveals Best PG In The NBA

Paul George says this point guard is a step above the rest.

BYTyler Reed
NBA: NOV 14 Bulls at Clippers

Paul George's new podcast, Podcast P with Paul George, has been generating a ton of viewership. George has shared a few opinions that have gained plenty of traction. Including George's comments on NBA players being able to make the jump to the NFL easier than NFL stars could make the switch. That topic garnered a lot of heat from both sides, proving who is the most athletic. However, the Wave Sports + Entertainment-backed podcast is back for more heated debates. Including the conversation of the best point guard in the NBA.

George claims there is only one point guard that can do it all in today's NBA. That point guard is Chicago Bulls star Lonzo Ball. “What can’t Lonzo do? He can guard, can shoot, can play make, his IQ, he can rebound great for his position.” George believes that Ball has every asset needed to be a basketball star. The Clippers star sees Ball as a threat at any moment on the floor. However, Ball hasn't been healthy enough to play for over a year. Plus, recent news on Ball's injury doesn't bring good news for his future on the court.

Paul George Respects Lonzo Ball's Game

George knows exactly what it's like to deal with injuries. The Clippers forward has been ruled out for the team's first-round series with the Suns. However, George is trending toward being available for the Clippers second-round series. But the Suns will look to end the Clippers season on Tuesday night. Ball did not appear in one game this season with the Bulls. The Chicago star has been dealing with a severe knee injury. In his last season, Ball appeared in just 35 games for the Bulls before the injury.

The hype behind Ball has always been strong. Even going back to his days as a star for the UCLA Bruins. However, now Ball is forced to be on the sidelines while he sees players like De'Aaron Fox shine on the brightest stage. Ball's injury history has now become a massive part of his NBA legacy. However, there are still those like George that believe in his talents. Do you agree with Paul George that Ball is the most complete PG in the NBA? If not, who is the best PG in the league to you? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section. For the latest NBA news, keep it right here with HNHH.


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Tyler Reed is a current Sports Writer for HotNewHipHop. He started back in March of 2023 with the company. During his time Tyler has shown his expertise in all things sports. Ranging from NBA news, all the way to boxing and MMA. He has bylines with several outlets, such as Busted Coverage, where Tyler has covered the NFL, College Football, WWE and beyond. Tyler has also written for Detroit Jock City, Wildcat Blue Nation and Swarm and Sting for the FanSided Network. Tyler is a massive Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Reds fan. Being from Kentucky, he chose connections to sports franchises that he enjoyed watching as a child. Unfortunately, his professional fandoms have only brought him pain. Tyler's hobbies outside of work include exercising and binge-watching the same shows he has watched for the last decade while endlessly scrolling through social media. His favorite hip-hop artists are Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and Kentucky's own Jack Harlow.