George Hill has sprained left big toe, from Game 1. Had it iced after practice. Says he's OK.
Miami Herald "Sports fans in Indiana’s capital city were relieved to see George Hill recovered from his concussion and back in the Pacers’ starting lineup — and that included Indy 500 driver Ed Carpenter, who qualified for the pole position at the Brickyard, then raced downtown to watch Hill chaperone his team..." May 22
New York Post "The Pacers prepared for the worst. But it worked out for the best — in every way. Indiana was preparing to go without George Hill, who had missed Thursday’s game with a concussion, but the starting point guard was cleared in the afternoon by team doctors and the league. He started and played 42..." May 19
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers point guard George Hill took part in the team’s shootaround at Bankers Life Fieldhouse today. But Hill, who suffered a concussion earlier this week, still isn’t cleared to play in tonight’s Game 6 against the New York Knicks at the fieldhouse. Pacers coach Frank Vogel said..." May 18
After consultation with league physicians, Pacers announce that George Hill has been cleared to play in tonight's Game 6 vs. Knicks
RT @windhorstespn: George Hill (concussion) hasn't been cleared to play. Coach Frank Vogel said he's preparing as if Hill won't play tonite.
New York Post "If they absolutely had to, the Pacers believe they could win a Game 7 at the Garden. But it’s like getting in a car driven by Lindsay Lohan. If you can avoid it, by all means do. The way to avoid that winner-take-all, pack-your-bags-for-Miami showdown would be winning Game 6 of the Eastern..." May 18
Pacers guard George Hill will miss tonight's game in NYwith a concussion. He sustained the injury in Tuesday's game
Indianapolis Star "In George Hill’s mind, the hip is great. In reality, the hip hurts. “If you think about it, your mind starts playing tricks on you,” Hill said after Sunday’s 107-90 Game 1 win over Atlanta. “So when I go out there, I just try and think I’m at 100 percent. I try and block it all out.” Yet..." April 22
Hill, George, West and Hibbert all out tonight vs 76ers. Starters: Augustin, Stephenson, Green, Hansbrough and Mahinmi.
George Hill will sit out the final 2 games and there's a chance Paul George will too
George Hill (groin) didn’t practice and is day-to-day. Paul George was held out for rest purposes.
Ian Mahinmi and George Hill good to go for tonight's game against Brooklyn
Stephenson and Granger practiced, Hill and West did not. All expected to play sometime on 4-gm trip. West likely held out at least 1 more.
Pacers hurting. Both Hill (left groin strain) and Stephenson (right hip flexor strain) join West and Granger in street clothes tonight.
Indianapolis Star "George Hill says he meant no disrespect to fans. He just insists more Indiana Pacers fans should be in the stands at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. And he’s not going to budge on that point. In his first home game since making critical remarks about seeing too many Los Angeles Lakers fans at the..." March 20
Indy Cornrows "Indiana Pacers point guard George Hill had a real nice vacation in the Virgin Islands considering his agent agreed to a new five-year contract with the Pacers while he was relaxing in paradise. So after he returned Hill was excited and looking to add a familiar face to the Pacers roster...." July 05
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers starting point guard George Hill had foul trouble impact him more than any of his starting teammates in their Game 1 loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday. Hill played only 25 minutes because the foul trouble. "It messed my rhythm all up," Hill said. "I felt like I had it going a..." May 14
Indianapolis Star "Darren Collison has started 56 of 57 games this season and hasn't done anything wrong other than get injured. George Hill has stepped in for him and led the Indiana Pacers to their longest winning streak in eight years. As gut wrenching as the process was, coach Frank Vogel knew he had to look..." April 21
Indianapolis Star "It's the position that's been the most scrutinized this season. Is it Darren Collison at the point and then George Hill? Or is it Hill, then Collison? It's both, actually. Indiana PacersIndiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel doesn't regard it as a point guard controversy. He looks at it as a..." March 28
Indianapolis Star "With the outcome determined and his teammates walking back onto the court after a fourth-quarter timeout Saturday night, Indiana Pacers guard George Hill plopped down in his seat on the bench and placed a towel over his body. Tired from playing three games in as many days? Possibly. But Hill..." March 25
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers guard George Hill has played his best basketball of the season thinking shot first, pass second. Now Hill has to reverse that mindset because he has slid over to being the backup point guard. Hill played his first game as a Pacer predominantly being the backup point guard..." March 21
Indianapolis Star "Darren Collison, the Indiana Pacers' starting point guard, is in the type of funk that has left him questioning himself. Collison's backup, George Hill, is playing his best basketball since the Pacers acquired him last summer. Is it time for coach Frank Vogel to make a lineup change to try..." March 09
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel is going back in time. Vogel said George Hill's injury will cause him to go back to the rotation he used last season when he had two players at point guard, two at shooting guard and two at small forward. A.J. Price, who has had to bide his time on the bench,..." February 02
Indianapolis Star "The dream was no different for George Hill than for any other kid with NBA aspirations growing up. Hill dreamed of playing for his hometown Indiana Pacers every time he waited outside Market Square Arena for Chris Mullin to leave so Hill could have Mullin's finger braces. Or when Antonio Davis..." December 26
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers guard George Hill spent the first three years of his NBA career soaking in the knowledge of players like Tim Duncan, Tony Park and Manu Ginobili while with the San Antonio Spurs. Now Hill, who was traded in June, wants to pass some of that knowledge to his new teammates to help..." December 09
Indianapolis Star "George Hill watched and learned from the San Antonio Spurs' veteran stars for three years. Now he is being thrust into the same kind of leadership role with the Indiana Pacers. Hill said Monday he is ready to accept that challenge. "I think it's going to be a great experience," Hill said...." June 28
San Antonio Express-News "Speaking to a French website Monday, point guard Tony Parker said he would miss backup George Hill, who was traded to Indiana on draft night for a package that included Kawhi Leonard. "I have confidence in (the front office's) ability to make good choices," Parker told 20minutes.fr. "It was..." June 28
Indianapolis Star "Edna and Darwin May are not related to George Hill, the newest Indiana Pacer. The Indianapolis natives are not part of his inner circle, haven't been to the family home, really don't know Hill beyond the fact that he's an Indianapolis Public Schools graduate, a former IUPUI star, a prodigal son..." June 28
Indianapolis Star "Skilled defensively. Versatile. Great work ethic. Those are some of the descriptions commonly used concerning George Hill. Indiana Pacers president Larry Bird watched Hill exhibit those traits on a regular basis during Hill's three years with the San Antonio Spurs. After a couple of years of..." June 25
San Antonio Express-News "Tony Parker played soccer in New York City on Wednesday, then kicked aside suggestions he would welcome a trade from a Spurs team whose ability to contend for future NBA titles he questioned a few weeks ago. He loved playing for the Spurs, Parker told reporters after the conclusion of Steve..." June 24
San Antonio Express-News "When George Hill took the court to start the fourth quarter at the AT&T Center on Wednesday, his team had already blown a 16-point lead. He had spent much of the night being outplayed by Greivis Vasquez. And he hadn't made a single basket. "Things weren't going my way," Hill..." April 28
San Antonio Express-News "Shortly before the start of the playoffs, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich pulled guard George Hill aside and issued marching orders only he could understand. Once the postseason began, Popovich said, he wanted the mild-mannered Hill to transform into an alter ego named Indiana George. "Pop means..." April 22
San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs led by two points with 14.4 seconds left as Antonio McDyess looked for an open teammate from the sideline. George Hill saw the Grizzlies double-teaming Manu Ginobili, who had missed six of 13 free throws, and made sure he darted to an open area. It was one of his best decisions of..." April 21
San Antonio Express-News "As the losses piled up to unthinkable heights, and the Spurs' once unapproachable lead in the Western Conference dwindled to next to nothing, Matt Bonner found himself looking back in time and across an ocean for perspective. Playing for an Italian team, Sicilia Messina, as a professional..." April 04