Pacers fans searching for Paul George's talent on Craigslist

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The Indiana Pacers are going through a bit of a crisis just now.

Despite still sitting second in the East, the Pacers have won just three of their last ten outings as the playoffs approach.

And it is no coincidence the franchise's slide has coincided with the loss of form of one of their star men Paul George.

But the people in Indiana are a shrewd bunch. 

Not content with sitting back and allowing the 2014 All Star to suffer, they have taken to the internet to help him rediscover his mojo - more specifically Craigslist.

Disgruntled Pacers fans posted the ad on the site yesterday and it's fair to say it is pretty hilarious:

"The talent for short-lived NBA superstar Paul George has gone missing," it reads.

"We're desperate to reunite the talent back with the body before the NBA playoffs start in a few weeks."

"His jump shot has been missing since December! This is the longest it's ever been gone. We think it might have something to do with that stripper he impregnated in Miami,but she's gone AWOL."

The post, accompanied by a picture the man in question and a map of Indianapolis, and they are even offering a reward should you have any information to procure in the elusive talent:

"REWARD: When Indiana inevitably loses to Miami in the conference finals, we'll find a way to supply you with LeBron's sweaty head band."

Quite a prize indeed, and Larry Bird and the Indiana Pacers will be hoping that the desperate search can have a fruitful end sooner rather than later as the business end of the season approaches.

To read the ad in full click here.

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