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    Reacting to Paul George leading the Clippers to a Game 5 win | First Take

    Keyshawn Johnson and Alan Hahn react to Paul George stepping up in Game 5 and leading the LA Clippers to a 119-111 win over the Utah Jazz without Kawhi Leonard.

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    0:00 Keyshawn Johnson says Paul George isn’t enough to lead the Clippers to the Finals.

    1:00 Alan Hahn says PG showed he can lead the Clippers to a win.

    3:00 Hahn says PG “could” lead the Clippers to the Finals.

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