Los Angeles Clippers star Paul George is not happy with how the NBA scheduled the team's playoff series with the Phoenix Suns.

For those not in the know, the Clippers undoubtedly have the toughest schedule in the first round of the 2023 NBA playoffs. They start the series on Sunday, April 16, and only have a one-day break in each match-up until Game 4. It's only between Games 4 and 5 that they get a two-day gap. Among all eight playoff series, it's only the Clips and Suns who don't have a two-day break in between Games 1 to 4.

Making matters worse, between Games 3 and 4, the Clippers basically just have a 38-hour rest (via Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints).

When asked about the scheduling during his podcast, Paul George didn't hold back and slammed the NBA for “f**king” with the Clippers.

“It's bulls**t. The league’s been f**king us up for a while… With all of it, I think if we just look at it like let’s just f**king take care of business, we'll get the most rest out of this. Hopefully see where I’m at, maybe I’m good?” George shared.

Sure enough, it adds to George's frustration on the scheduling that he's currently out due to a sprained knee. An extra day off in between Games 1 to 4 would have definitely prevented him from missing a huge chunk of the series.

It is now up to Ty Lue to manage his team well and make sure they can compete at the highest level even with little rest. It won't be easy, though, as they are facing a loaded Suns team that is definitely going to make it a tough battle right from the start.