Paul George is confident that the Los Angeles Clippers will ‘get the job done’ when the NBA season resumes in Orlando. The 30-year-old star says the hiatus helped his team heal the wounds they were dealing with during the season. On the other hand, it stopped building of team chemistry. Ultimately, George thinks it will benefit the Clippers.
“I think, for us, it’s just putting us in that environment, putting us out there. And we’re gonna get the job done. Again, this is a pretty focused group. We’re prepared for everything,” George said, via Jovan Buha.
“Again, we had so many guys dealing with little nicks and bruises. We’re one of the teams that could have benefited off of the healing process and coming together healthy. So this break did wonders for this group. And we’re gonna pick up where we left off at.”
This season, George is averaging 21 points, 5.7 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game. The Clippers are currently second in the Western Conference, behind the Lakers.