People won’t stop trash-talking Paul George until he wins – Ramona Shelburne | The Jump

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Rachel Nichols, Ramona Shelburne and David Fizdale react to Paul George getting into an altercation with Chris Paul and David Booker during LA Clippers vs. Phoenix Suns, and discuss how he is going to deal with it.

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