Pacers’ Glenn Robinson III says he wants to learn as much as he can from Paul George
He grew up not far from where the Indiana Pacers call home. Now, Glenn Robinson III is looking forward to starting his education alongside Paul George.
Robinson was a second-round pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2014, and he didn't see much playing time last season until the Philadelphia 76ers picked him up for the final stretch.
Now, Robinson is a member of the Pacers, and he sat down with Vigilant Sports' Scott Agness to talk about how he sees himself fitting in with Indiana. He told Agness that the Pacers have been taking a look at him for a while, which has him excited to be a part of the team — even though he was a Bulls fan as a kid.
Part of that excitement is being able to learn from George: "I consider myself as being able to play both ends of the floor and that’s obviously something he can do," Robinson said. "I just want to learn as much as I can from him. To be an All-Star level talent like him one day is my goal."
George is still overseas right now, but Robinson said that he's spoken to the Pacers star, as the two share an agency. For now, Robinson plans to keep working out over the summer and looks forward to the start of a season with his new squad.
(h/t Vigilant Sports)