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Paul George Was Spotted Partying Hard And Drinking From 2 Bottles Of Champagne At The Same Time: "That's Party P Right There"

Paul George Was Spotted Partying Hard And Drinking From 2 Bottles Of Champagne At The Same Time: "That's Party P Right There"

The NBA offseason is in full swing, and every player has their way of relaxing in the offseason. Some choose to work on their game, some choose to spend time with their families, and others just need to take some time to decompress after the pressures of the season. Partying is high on the agenda for some players, and Paul George, who got married recently, certainly seems to be in the mood. 

A video of the Clippers star at a party hit the internet on Monday, with PG13 looking like the life of the party. In the clip, George can be seen getting ready to chug champagne from the bottle before another bottle gets involved. With the elite mentality that George has, he ended up drinking from both at the same time, in what looks like the party to end all parties. 

When athletes let loose, they are often punished for it in the media, and by the fans, some people simply expect too much. But others love seeing their favorite stars just having fun like normal people, and the reactions to the video showcased these varied responses to George's fun time. 

"This bro is never winning a chip, man."

"Why y'all hating, let the man live his best life."

"How I’m finna be like in my bday month."

"Whoa! He’s outta pocket here!"

"Lmfao my boy getting the double barrel."

"I respect any man that can party this hard."

"Yea Clips ain’t going nowhere."

"That's Party P right there."

"Why he do that to himself. The memes and jokes will be forever."

"This is my GOAT, y'all."

"PG already celebrating the Clippers' Cancun trip."

Being in the public eye as they are, the scrutiny is inescapable for a lot of NBA stars. The good thing for Paul George seems to be that, at least during this party, he won't have cared too much about what people had to say. Contrary to popular belief, being able to relax is also helpful for players mentally, and George will surely be raring to go by the time the NBA season begins for the Los Angeles Clippers.