Paul George took a bit of a stroll down memory lane on Tuesday when his Los Angeles Clippers took on his former team, the Indiana Pacers. PG elevated to the rim to score on an emphatic two-handed jam over the outstretched arms of Pacers guard Edmond Sumner.

Here's a look at George reminding the Pacers of the good-old-days with his high-flying acrobatics (h/t ClutchPoints on Twitter):

PG had to cock that one back a bit in order to avoid Sumner's block attempt. The Pacers guard saw George coming from a mile away and Sumner seemed to have timed his jump to perfection. Little did he know that the Clippers star had a few extra seconds of hangtime over him and it led to a mid-air blow-by by Paul George.

PG spent the first seven seasons of his career in Indiana. This was where he first made his mark in the NBA as he was named an All-Star four times in five years. George parted ways with the Pacers in 2018, with Indiana trading him to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis. That trade now feels like a lifetime away, but with the benefit of hindsight, it could be said that it has proven to be a win-win deal for both sides.