INDIANAPOLIS -- Paul George was named as a starter for the Eastern Conference All-Stars, according to the Indiana Pacers.
George was voted as a starter by fan voting for the second time. This is his third All-Star game appearance.
"I want to thank fans worldwide and in particular Pacers' fans for voting me on the All-Star team as a starter,” George said in a press release.
“It's a great honor that I respectfully share with everyone who helped me and believed in me after the injury. This is also a team honor that I share with my coaches and teammates."
George is the third Pacers player to start the NBA All-Star Game, joining Reggie Miller and Jermaine O'Neal.
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