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Paul George kept busy wowing fans in Seattle over the weekend

Before playing in Richard Sherman's charity softball game on Sunday, Paul George put on a show in a Seattle Pro Am game on Saturday.

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Paul George will soon to carry the Pacers' banner while wearing red, white and blue on the world stage in the Rio Olympics. But before diving into his work with Team  USA next week, PG spent the past weekend in Seattle for a pair of big local events.

On Sunday, PG was one of a few NBA players to support Seahawks' cornerback Richard Sherman and his charity softball game at Safeco Field. PG teamed up with Zach LaVine, Larry Fitzgerald and several Seahawks on Team Green who eventually dropped the game to Team Blue.

On Saturday, PG dropped by Royal Brougham Pavilion at Seattle Pacific University to support Jamal Crawford and the Seattle Pro Am hoops league. George made plenty of new fans in the PNW by putting on a show with 40 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists.

Don't worry about PG wearing himself out with the extra activity. To put your mind at ease, check out the Ballislife video which show PG doing work but not working up much of a sweat. Sweet stroke from the perimeter though!

Scott Agness at Vigilant Sports has more on PG playing hoops in Seattle. Check it out!