Paul George buys No. 24 jerseys, gives them to his high school
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George is changing his number, so he decided to take the opportunity to give back.
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George didn't have to buy all the remaining No. 24 jerseys after he changed to No. 13, but he did so anyway, per ESPN's Darren Rovell. What did he do with all of those jerseys, you ask? Put them on eBay? No, of course not -- he sent them to his old high school, Knight High in Palmdale, Calif.
The students and staff were grateful for their free merchandise, naturally, and George retweeted loads of photos they sent him. Here's a sampling:
Looks fun, right? When George comes back from injury, it's going to take a bit of time to get used to him going by PG-13. In the meantime it's nice that he was able to give back to where he came from.
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