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Where signing Paul George in free agency would leave the Sixers financially for 2024-25

In mid-January, the Los Angeles Clippers signed Kawhi Leonard to a three-year, below-max extension that seemed to send a clear signal to both Paul George and James Harden about his willingness to sacrifice. That message has yet to be reciprocated.

At the time, it seemed as though George would sign a similar extension soon after Leonard, and Harden would officially rejoin the two as a free agent in July. But more than halfway through March, George has yet to sign a new deal, and he recently voiced his frustration about his team amidst a 1-4 skid.

“We want to be a team that’s consistent and we want to establish an identity,” George told reporters Sunday. “I’ve always spoken about having an identity and I think it’s extremely important. Right now, I don’t think we have an identity.”

That’s not exactly what you want to hear right now from George if you’re the…

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