The Indiana Pacers "aren't looking to take care of Paul George with this," according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

“The Lakers aren’t giving them Brandon Ingram," added Wojnarowski. "They aren’t giving them the No. 2 pick."

The Lakers could offer a combination of Jordan Clarkson, Julius Randle and possibly the 28th overall pick in the draft for George.

Los Angeles can sign George as a free agent in 2018.

"I think Paul is fine with playing this year out in Indiana," said Wojnarowski. "I think he'd almost prefer to play this year out in Indiana than all of a sudden be a player who is wearing one uniform and then another uniform in L.A.

"I don't know if they want to make it easy for a Boston or a Cleveland to do a trade for him. I think he'd prefer that he'd just stay in Indiana or be traded to the Lakers. I don't think Paul's camp is going to help this process along in terms of finding a team outside of L.A. to move him to."