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NBA star Paul George, formerly of Fresno State, welcomes newborn baby to his family

Former Fresno State star Paul George appears to have welcomed a second child into the world Wednesday. George early Wednesday posted a photo on Instagram that appeared to show his girlfriend Daniela Rajic was about to have a baby. By that evening, Rajic posted a photo on her Instagram account of her holding a baby while lying in a hospital bed.
Former Fresno State star Paul George appears to have welcomed a second child into the world Wednesday. George early Wednesday posted a photo on Instagram that appeared to show his girlfriend Daniela Rajic was about to have a baby. By that evening, Rajic posted a photo on her Instagram account of her holding a baby while lying in a hospital bed. Instagram screen shot

NBA star Paul George, formerly of Fresno State, appears to have had another baby with his girlfriend Daniela Rajic on Wednesday.

George posted a “video story” on his Instagram account early Wednesday that showed a photo of him in what looks like a hospital room as his girlfriend smiles while laying in a bed next to an IV bag.

On top of the photo, George wrote “Let’s do it.”

By Wednesday evening, Rajic posted a “video story” to her Instagram account with a photo of her holding a baby while in a hospital bed.

Neither George nor Rajic had yet to publicly announce the arrival of their baby or the baby’s gender with a statement on social media as of 11:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Nonetheless, several people left comments to congratulate the couple.

One person, David Shillings, on Twitter wrote: “Congratulations PG on the birth of your second little girl.”

In addition to the new baby, George and Rajic are parents to 3-year-old daughter Olivia.

 

“Happily Halloween” as Olivia calls it

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George played two seasons at Fresno State from 2008-2010 before he was selected in the first round by the Indiana Pacers.

He’s since become one of the NBA’s top stars, averaging 18.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists throughout his eight-year career.

This past offseason, George was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder, where he now plays alongside fellow stars Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony.

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