Indiana Pacers swingman Paul George will be assessed over the coming days after taking a knee to the head.
Paul George has said that he expects to be day-to-day after taking a knee to the head during the Indiana Pacers' playoff game against the Miami Heat.
The swingman admitted that he briefly blacked out and had blurred vision following the collision with Dwyane Wade during the 87-83 defeat, but was able to return after being assessed by trainers.
After the game he told reporters: "The trainers will look at it and see what [symptoms] are going to be from that. We're just going to go day to day with it, I guess."
The Pacers will continue to evaluate George over the coming days, with NBA rules specifying that players must be free of concussion symptoms for 24 hours in order to play.
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