Now's the time for Paul George and the LA Clippers to prove themselves

What does Paul George's extension mean for the Clippers? (1:58)

Adrian Wojnarowski breaks down the terms of Paul George's four-year extension and what it could mean for Kawhi Leonard's future with the Clippers. (1:58)

With seven seconds left in the third quarter of Game 2 of the 2013 Eastern Conference finals, Paul George, then the budding third-year star of the Indiana Pacers, sized up LeBron James at the top of the arc.

George blew by James with a left-handed hesitation dribble, planted his feet inside the dotted line, and rose to dunk -- elbow almost at rim level -- over and through Chris Andersen. George roared in triumph.

After George completed his and-1, LeBron rushed up the floor and drained a buzzer-beating 3-pointer. George walked back to Indiana's bench. A voice called for him to stop. It was LeBron. George turned. LeBron reached out his right hand. George grinned. The two slapped hands. "That was kind of a cool moment," said Steve Kerr, calling the game for TNT.