Brian Shaw helping Paul George developPosted by Inside Hoops
It was inevitable that they would form a bond. They both share a fondness for fishing. One played with and coached Kobe Bryant. The other was a fan of Bryant’s growing up and continues to admire his work ethic today.
With much in common, Indiana Pacers associate head coach Brian Shaw and swingman Paul George have developed a strong relationship marked by an open line of communication no matter whether the subject is positive or negative.
George also credits Shaw, along with head coach Frank Vogel, for helping him become an All Star in just his third year in the league.
“He’s really helped me out,” George said of Shaw. “He’s the one that gets on me. If I’m not playing well, if things aren’t going right, and he knows I’m the reason for it, he’ll let me hear about it.”
– Reported by Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star