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Fresno State had two unremarkable years with Paul George, who rose to NBA superstardom

Before he became an NBA star and arguably one of the top basketball players in the world, Paul George was a talented but developing player at Fresno State. How could a player who’s so good now provide seemingly minimal impact while with the Bulldogs then?

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There’s a new California high school soccer scoring king: He’s Mendota’s Daniel Trejo

With a seven-goal performance in Mendota High’s Central Section Division VI quarterfinal victory over Minarets, senior Daniel Trejo became California’s career leading boys soccer goal-scorer with 193, topping the previous mark of 192 set by Diamond Bar’s Craig Turley from 1984-87. Trejo also set the Central Section single-season mark with 58, breaking brother Javier’s standard from 2010.

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Paul George and what could've been at Fresno State

Indiana Pacers star Paul George reminisces about what could have been had he stuck around at least one more year at his alma mater of Fresno State. George played two seasons with the Bulldogs before he turned pro, selected No. 10 overall by the Pacers in the 2010 NBA Draft.
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Paul George and what could've been at Fresno State 2:06

Paul George and what could've been at Fresno State

Fresno State ace Ricky Tyler Thomas on answering opponents' taunts 0:30

Fresno State ace Ricky Tyler Thomas on answering opponents' taunts

Fowler girls chase Central Section's lone unbeaten regular season 2:08

Fowler girls chase Central Section's lone unbeaten regular season

You can buy a car from C.J. Wilson now 0:53

You can buy a car from C.J. Wilson now

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