Jerry Sandusky is on the move

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Jerry Sandusky is on the move

From Comcast SportsNetCAMP HILL, Pa. (AP) -- Jerry Sandusky became a state prison inmate Tuesday with his transfer out of the Centre County jail, his home since he was convicted in June of child molestation.The 68-year-old former Penn State assistant coach arrived early in the morning at the State Correctional Institute at Camp Hill, just outside Harrisburg, a state prison system spokeswoman said.He faces testing and evaluation that will take a week or more before he can be assigned a security risk level and sent to one of the state facilities as his "home" prison. At Camp Hill, experts will assess his mental state, physical health and education level, and determine whether he needs treatment.Sandusky was sentenced this month to 30 to 60 years for sexual abuse of 10 boys over a 15-year period. He has repeatedly asserted his innocence and last week filed post-sentencing motions, seeking to have convictions thrown out or a new trial.There are about 6,800 sex offenders serving time in Pennsylvania's prison system. The Corrections Department does not maintain special units for sex offenders, and there is no way to predict where he will be sent.

Wojnarowski: Pacers not trading George

Wojnarowski: Pacers not trading George

Paul George to the Celtics? Nope, according to Adrian Wojnarowski. In fact, he might not be going anywhere, for now. 

Wojnarowski tweeted minutes ahead of Thursday's 3 p.m. trade deadline that the Pacers had decided not to trade George. That leaves the Pacers in the position to trade him during the offseason or at the next trade deadline or risk losing him next summer in free agency. 

From a Sam Amick tweet Thursday, that would figure to be a real risk. Amick tweeted Thursday that it has been made clear that George intends to sign with the Lakers as a free agent, which could have hurt his trade value. 

Report: Pacers decide not to trade Paul George

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Report: Pacers decide not to trade Paul George

Well, so much for that . . . 

Of couse, is this is true, the breakdown of talks isn't such a bad thing:

More to come . . .