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Paul George agrees to 4-year, $212M deal with 76ers, sources say - ESPN

Free agent forward Paul George has agreed on a four-year, $212 million maximum contract with the Philadelphia 76ers, sources told ESPN early Monday morning.

George's deal — which sources say includes a player option on the final season in 2027-28 — brings him back to the Eastern Conference to partner with MVP center Joel Embiid and All-Star guard Tyrese Maxey in pursuit of upending the NBA champion Boston Celtics.

George and his agent, Aaron Mintz of CAA, met with a 76ers contingent that included owner Josh Harris, president of basketball operations Daryl Morey, general manager Elton Brand and Sixers legend Julius Erving in Los Angeles, sources said. The Sixers even brought a front office executive, Peter Dinwiddie, who is a familiar face and friend of George's from their years together with the Indiana Pacers, sources said.

The meeting came on the heels of months of unsuccessful negotiations with the Los Angeles Clippers on a deal to stay in his Southern California home.

Embiid, Maxey and George were All-Stars last season and form one of the most formidable Big 3's in recent NBA history — featuring an ideal roster balance between an explosive lead guard in Maxey, an elite two-way wing player in George and a dominant big man in Embiid. George, a 34-year old nine-time All-Star, has spent the past five seasons with the Clippers and averaged 23 points, six rebounds, 4.5 assists and 1.5 steals over 263 regular season games in Los Angeles.

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