VIDEO: Paul George back on Mean Tweets — is he worth half a bag of saltine crackers?

While in Hollywood last month to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Pacers star Paul George took a moment to record a line for one of the show’s marquee segments — “Mean Tweets.” During the segment, public figures, often times professional athletes, read a hateful post about themselves from Twitter.

In this NBA Finals Edition, Paul George is one of more than a dozen individuals — former players, current players, a current coach, and a host — to participate.

Others involved include: Zach LaVine, DeAndre Jordan, Mike Conley Jr., Karl-Anthony Towns, Devin Booker, Jay Williams, Caron Butler, Clippers coach Doc Rivers, Walt Frazier, ESPN personality Michelle Beadle, Joel Embiid, James Harden, Magic Johnson, Shaq and Karl Malone.

This is George’s second time reading a mean tweet. His first appearance was back in 2014, and knocked his name.

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George’s tweet, from Twitter user Enrique: “Personally I think Paul George could be traded for like a half a bag of saltine crackers.”

Watch the clip below, which aired before Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals:

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