Paul George is having a hard time on and off the court.
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The home of Pacers All-Star forward Paul George was burglarized Monday night, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police report.
The Indianapolis police report said there was no forced entry in the burglary, estimating the total value of items taken at nearly $16,000. The ring from the 2014 game included multiple diamonds. Also taken was a watch valued at $700.
George’s parents, who attended Monday night’s playoff game against Atlanta, reported the theft shortly before midnight and not long after the Pacers lost 107-97 to fall into a 3-2 deficit in their best-of-seven series with the Hawks.
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There were no signs of forced entry at the house, according to the police report.
A pair of sneakers, valued at $170, and a $20 bill also were reportedly taken.