There have been a lot of rumors about Paul George's free agency. The recent trade rumor is about a three-way deal that involves the Cleveland Cavaliers, Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers.

ESPN's Marc Stein reported that the team have discussed a three-way deal that will send Paul George to Cleveland and Kevin Love to Denver.

Cavaliers' chase Paul George

The rumor was acknowledged by Joe Vardon of He said that there have discussed sending Love to Denver in return for getting Paul George. However the discussion was not complete and is nothing serious at the moment.

Chris Haynes of also has some sources that says there is another version of the deal, which is sending Kenneth Faried to Cleveland.

The George trade rumors escalated when Adrian Wojnarowski fron The Vertical stated that the four-time All-Star is taking his talent elsewhere. And George plans to go to his hometown the Los Angeles Lakers.

Lebron teaming up with George

Many teams would not want George to go to the Lakers for it will add up to their problem handling the now stronger team. But Cleveland is eager to get George to give LeBron James less burden. With George Cleveland could go for one more title run against the Golden State Warriors. LeBron James is getting older, he will turn 33 next season and has a player option in 2018 thus teaming him up to George might give Cleveland another ring.

Also, if George joins Cleveland, this could change his mind about joining his hometown Lakers. It is clear that Cleveland sees George as a way to get to face the Warriors for four consecutive NBA Finals. With George being in the NBA All-Defensive team three times this could help LeBron against the Warriors. George averages a career-high 23.7 points per game last season.

George provides offense and defense in the Pacers. This will help James with the offensive load and could help him guard Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and all the Warriors' shooters.

Faried to Cleveland

If the Faried deal happens and he goes to Cleveland, he will give ample of help to the team. He could replace the rebound prowess of Kevin Love especially as Love averages 8.5 rebounds per game.

He could also be a solid role player for the team. He could catch lobs and dimes from James and Kyrie Irving.

On the part of Kevin Love, heis still be a solid veteran that could lead the young group of Denver. He will be mentor to Nikola Jokic, Gary Harris, Emmanuel Mudiay.