Filed under: Stream NBA Paul George reportedly agrees to 5-year maximum contract with Pacers Contributors: SBNation.com Staff / new Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Paul George reportedly agrees to 5-year maximum contract with Pacers Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Paul George's max contract extension with the Pacers is done. He will likely earn around $90 million on his new deal and is eligible for an even bigger increase under the Derrick Rose rule. 7 Total Updates Since Sep 19, 2013, 12:17pm EDT Follow this stream September 25, 2013 Paul George's next step By Tom Ziller / new The Hook considers what Paul George needs to do to live up to his contract. Plus: the one massive problem with the NBA's planned nickname game and three thoughts on Shaq in Sac. / new September 25, 2013 It's official By Mike Prada / new September 25, 2013 George to sign max extension Wednesday By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay / new George will be the Pacers' "Designated Player" and will have the opportunity to qualify for the "Derrick Rose Rule." September 23, 2013 Paul George, Pacers not settled on contract By Kevin Zimmerman / new The Indiana Pacers and swingman Paul George have not come to an agreement on the size of a contract extension. September 23, 2013 How George's deal could be worth over $90 million By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay / new George must make an All-NBA team or win the MVP this upcoming year to qualify for the "Derrick Rose Rule." September 22, 2013 George signs $90M max extension By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay / new The 23-year-old will be the Pacers' "Designated Player." / new September 19, 2013 George vows extension will be done before season By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay / new The 23-year-old could sign a five-year, max-contract extension and become Indiana's "Designated Player."