Indiana Pacers player Paul George is in Houston, Texas getting ready to play in the NBA All-Star game. Prior to leaving, he sat down with WISH-TV Sports Director Anthony Calhoun.
For George, it's his first trip to the star-studded event. George is quick to point out that while the All-Star selection is nice, he's all about the team — a team that once leaned on Danny Granger, but with him out of the line-up is now putting more on George's shoulders. He's not only stepped into the spotlight, but he's shining brightly.
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