George Hill

#3 PG / Indiana Pacers / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 188 lb Age: 29 College: Indiana-Purdue

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      Pacers' George Hill: Plays 32 minutes in return

      Hill (illness) saw 32 minutes in his return to the court during Tuesday's win over the Wizards. He scored 14 points (5-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and contributed five assists, four rebounds, and one steal. Hill only saw about four minutes less than he's been averaging for the season, so it appears fantasy owners can use him with confidence following his three-game absence due to an upper-respiratory infection. The point guard's return seemed to most affect the playing time of Joe Young, Solomon Hill, and Glenn Robinson, all of whom played just one minute off the bench.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Will play Tuesday

      Hill (illness) will return to the lineup Tuesday against Washington, Candace Buckner of the Indy Star reports. An upper respiratory infection kept Hill out of the last three contests, but he'll officially return Tuesday after initially being listed as probable. Hill's return likely means Chase Budinger will move back to the bench as Monta Ellis shifts back to his regular shooting guard spot.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Probable Tuesday

      Hill (illness) is listed as probable for Tuesday's game against the Wizards. An upper respiratory illness has kept Hill sidelined for a full week, and he's missed each of the last three games while the Pacers have gone 2-1 over that span. Though an official decision likely won't come until Tuesday afternoon, it looks as though Hill has a good chance to return to the lineup against Washington. C.J. Miles (ankle) is also considered probable.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Day-to-day

      Hill (illness) will remain day-to-day with a chest infection, Nate Taylor of the IndyStar reports. Hill has missed the past three games due to an upper respiratory infection. He did suit up Saturday night, but never saw any minutes. Head coach Frank Vogel said Hill had a setback after Friday's practice. Chase Budinger is likely to continue to start at shooting guard if Hill's condition doesn't improve.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Unlikely to play Saturday

      Hill (illness) will dress for Saturday's game, but the Pacers are hoping not to use him against the Bucks. Make sure he is not in daily lineups, as it sounds like he would only see minutes in an emergency. Chase Budinger will get the start over Hill, so Monta Ellis will be the primary ball-handler against Milwaukee.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Probable for Saturday's game versus Bucks

      Hill (upper respiratory infection) is probable for Saturday's tilt against Milwaukee. Hill has missed the previous two contests for Indiana, but it appears he'll likely return to action Saturday. There is no indication to think he will play anything other than his normal workload, but the Pacers may want to ease him back into the flow. Hill is averaging 14.0 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.6 steals, and 2.4 triples in 37 minutes per game.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Returns to practice Friday

      Hill (illness) returned to practice Friday, but remains questionable for Saturday's matchup with the Bucks. Practicing Friday is a step in the right direction for Hill, who's currently in danger of missing his third straight game due to an upper respiratory infection. Monta Ellis has been running as the starter at point for the time being and will likely continue to hold that spot down until Hill returns. Expect Hill's status to be updated after Saturday morning's shootaround.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Officially ruled out

      Hill (illness) has officially been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the 76ers. Conflicting reports surfaced over the previous few hours, with one suggesting that there was a chance Hill could play Wednesday night. However, that will not be the case, and the Pacers will likely go with Monta Ellis at point guard, as was the case in Monday's loss to Chicago. Indiana will also be without guard Rodney Stuckey (ankle) and forward Myles Turner (hand).

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      Pacers' George Hill: Could play Wednesday

      Updating a previous report, Hill (illness) has not officially been ruled out for Wednesday's game, Brian Seltzer of reports. Earlier reports ruled Hill out for Wednesday's game with an upper respiratory infection, but it looks as though there's a chance he could be active, as coach Frank Vogel said Wednesday morning that Rodney Stuckey (ankle) is the only Pacers' player who's been ruled out. More information should be available later in the day, but if Hill is unable to go, expect Monta Ellis to make another start at point guard in his place.

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      Pacers' George Hill: Will not play Wednesday

      Hill (upper respiratory infection) has officially been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Sixers. Hill has been dealing with an upper respiratory infection since Sunday and hasn't been able to fully recover quite yet, which will force him to miss his second straight game. Following Wednesday's outing, the Pacers don't play till Saturday, which should give him three extra days of rest. Despite the extra rest, consider him questionable for Saturday's game as well. Look for Monta Ellis to move over to point guard in his spot, while Chase Budinger could also join the starting lineup if Rodney Stuckey (ankle) is forced to miss another game.

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