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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Paul George has said that he only wants to join the Los Angeles Lakers next summer. But the star forward has a new team – and it’s not the Lakers.

George has been traded to the Boston Celtics. According to reports, Jayson Tatum, who was selected with the third overall pick, Avery Bradley and Jae Crowder are going to the Pacers.

Paul George (Getty Images)

Paul George (Getty Images)

George joins the Celtics, who were the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs this season. However, against the over-matched Cleveland Cavaliers, the Celtics were defeated 4-1 into the off-season.

He’ll be a free agent next off-season. He said he was going to go to his hometown, which is Los Angeles, Calif. and sign with the Lakers.

Now, that George has been moved and added more much to the Celtics, he’ll have to worry about that later. With this addition, it may affect their proposed plans to court and potentially sign Utah Jazz soon-to-be free agent Gordon Hayward.

We’ll have to see how the next few weeks play out. Trader Danny got another top talent to pair with Isaiah Thomas and the free agent additions he’s going to add.

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