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VIDEO: Paul George reverts to Pandemic P state in wild Suns-Clippers Game 2 finish

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Those who signed the Paul George apology form is probably burning it right now. After all, the veteran swingman failed the Los Angeles Clippers once again with a massive fail in Game 2 of their Western Conference Finals series with the Phoenix Suns.

With a chance to give the Clippers a comfortable three-point lead with less than one second remaining in the contest, George botched not one but both of his two freebies to give the Suns a chance for a comeback. In a shocking twist of fate and to the horror of all LA fans watching, Phoenix did just that with an epic game-winner from Deandre Ayton.

Here’s George’s failed freebies that basically cost the game for the Clippers:

For what it’s worth, Paul George literally went from hero to zero with his disastrous ending for the Clippers. He actually gave the team the lead with 22 seconds left after Devin Booker put the Suns ahead with a clutch shot of his own.

George finished with a team-high 26 points on top of six rebounds and six assists. Unfortunately, his clutch shot and other contributions will not be what Clippers fans will remember in the game, but rather his failure to really step up when it mattered most for LA.

Of course, right after the contest, the Pandemic P slander emerged once again.

Poor George…