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Serge Ibaka Demands People Sign A 'Paul George Apology Form', Everyone Just Tells Him All Of Paul George's Failures Instead

That didn't take long. In fact it took barely minutes after the game ended for Serge Ibaka to demand everyone to come out and apologize to Paul George. Short answer: no. It did backfire on Ibaka, who was flooded with people reminding him of all the times Paul George failed. Just some examples:

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And on and on we go because Serga Ibaka got roughly 1,000 responses. Here's the thing. No. I will not apologize to a man who called him Playoff P, a nickname he gave himself and then choked game after game, year after year. You can talk about things differently. Paul George played his best game as a Clipper last night. Shit, it was his best game in the playoffs since he was a Pacer and actually looked like he could go toe to toe with LeBron and the Heat as the franchise guy. But one game isn't going to stop us from making fun of Paul George. It has nothing to do with his game. If he never gave himself Playoff P nickname, this wouldn't be a thing. 

And sure, he was fucking awesome last night. 37 points, shot over 50% from the field, 16 rebounds. He did it all. It doesn't justify the fact that he also has this: 

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It doesn't make much sense. Paul George should be a top-10 player in the league. He's a dude who has the size, can handle the ball, can shoot, can defend. So I'm not going to call him Playoff P, even if there's a fire. I won't apologize. If he carries the Clippers to the Finals or to a title, sure, we can have a different discussion about him. That's how narratives work. He was awesome last night, that doesn't make up for the rest of his career.