Paul George Showed Patience, Play-Making Ability Against Pistons

Apr 23, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Pacers forward Paul George (24) brings the ball upcourt against the Detroit Pistons at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Indiana defeats Detroit 103-97. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Indiana Pacers guard Paul George can make the game look easy at times and with so much game it is easy to forget that the not-quite 22 year-old player still has plenty of room to grow and develop.

On Monday night, George showed off his all-around game by knocking down three-pointers, getting the ball in the lane to draw fouls, rebounding and of course, adding a couple of highlight dunks along the way. PG also showed up well in an area he continues to develop and that is handling the ball and setting up teammates.

PG has shown a tendency to go for flash over substance at times when handling the ball on the break or in the half court. But on Monday night he set up some flashy finishes by sticking with the basics, remaining patient with the ball and delivering passes where his teammates were able to finish.

After the jump, check out a video where I look at five plays which show PG making his teammates look good.

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