NBA: Paul George Ethnicity Details

Despite being born on the east side of Palmdale, a community in northern Los Angeles County, Paul George's ethnicity may be traced back to the largest migration of African-American families.

The east side of Palmdale was predominantly black and Hispanic at the time of his birth.

His parents were compelled to migrate from South Central Los Angeles in search of more inexpensive housing and lifestyle. As a result, he has a black heritage and is of Afro-American ethnicity.

Paul George Parents: Paul George Sr. And Paulette Ann George

As per the sources, Paul George, 31, is beloved the son of parents Paul George Senior (father) and Paulette Ann George (mother).

In fact, he was born in Palmdale, California, in Los Angeles County. He also has an elder sister named, Teiosha, who played basketball at Pepperdine, and Portala, who played volleyball at CSU-San Bernardino.

Moreover, George grew up idolizing Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and supporting the Los Angeles Clippers. George spent most of his leisure time in the park or playing one-on-one against his older sister Teiosha George.

As a matter of fact, he did not play organized basketball until his freshman year at Knight High School. He played for the varsity basketball team his last three years of high school under head coach Tom Hegre. George played for Pump and Run of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) with future UCLA Bruins Jrue Holiday and Malcolm Lee.