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Paul George’s home burglarized during Game five of Indiana-Atlanta series

Indiana star forward Paul George had his home burglarized during the Pacers 107-97 loss to the Atlanta Hawks in at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on April 28.

George had several items valued at $16,000 stolen between 7:15 p.m. and 11:45 p.m. ET, according to the police report. George was not home at the time of the robbery as he was putting together another double-double (26 points, 12 rebounds) in the Pacers Game Five loss to the Hawks. Atlanta leads the series 3-2.

George's parents discovered the theft and alerted authorities at midnight, according to a police report. The items stolen was $15,000 2014 platinum All-Star ring, a watch valued at $700, a pair of sneakers valued at $170, and a $20 bill.

Police said There were no signs of forced entry and the home alarm system was not set. They added that the All-Star forward parents told them that they did not lock the home when they left because they didn't have a key to get back inside.

George is doing his best to keep the Pacers from becoming the fifth top-seed in playoff history to fell to a eighth-seed in a seven game series, He has produced a double-double in each of the five games and is averaging 22.6 points along with 11.2 boards a game. George is shooting 46.8 percent from the floor and a red-hot 51.5 percent from beyond the arc.