Update 2:05 a.m.: George reportedly cleared all NBA concussion protocol tests and never reported the bluriness to team doctors.
Update on Paul George: While on court & bench, he answered all questions related to NBA concussion protocol. Said he only had pain...— Steve Aschburner (@AschNBA) May 21, 2014
After the Pacers' 87-83 loss to the Heat in Game of the Eastern Conference Finals, Indiana guard Paul George told reporters he "blacked out" after making contact with Dwyane Wade's knee in the fourth quarter.
Paul George said he blacked out from his collision with Wade, and he tried to play through having blurry vision.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) May 21, 2014
George remained in the game. Meanwhile, Frank Vogel when asked about George's condition post-game said that as far as he knows, George is "good to go" for Game 3.
The NBA's concussion protocol, if applied, requires a player to be symptom free for 24 hours before being cleared for play. The series has a three-day break until Saturday's Game 3. We'll keep you updated on George's condition.