Paul George Talks Dunks, Kim Kardashian In Radio Interview

Feb. 21, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Pacers shooting guard Paul George (24) jams the ball against the New Orleans Hornets at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Indiana defeated New Orleans 117-108. Mandatory credit: Michael Hickey-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana Pacers guard is taking advantage of his All-Star weekend participation to raise his profile. PG was on Fox Sports Daybreak on Fox Sports Radio on Thursday talking about the dunk contest, three-point shooting and of course, Kim Kardashian. For the record, PG has nothing against Kardashian, he just wouldn't want his name associated with her. Smart man.

As for the dunk contest, PG continues to call his shot, planning to please the masses with some spectacular dunks. Although, try as they might, the interviewers couldn't pry any dunk previews out of PG.

This competition is going to be based on fan favorites, yet none of the players are real big names. How do you plan on winning it?:

"I'm sure the actual basketball fans and fans of the dunk contest [will watch]. I've got some dunks lined up that will have them off their feet and some stuff they haven't seen before. I think the real and honest fans of the dunk contest will appreciate the dunks that I've got for them."

Check out the whole interview here.

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