The Indiana Pacers won't know until Saturday night whether point guard George Hill will start in Game 6 against New York.
Hill participated in the team's morning shootaround, which is part of the process of passing his concussion test. But doctors had not yet cleared Hill to play.
''He just did some work today. He looked fine, but he has to do more tests this afternoon,'' coach Frank Vogel said. ''There's a long list of things that's part of the NBA's protocol. He's in the middle of that process. He's not ruled out, not cleared to play. He's a game-time decision.''
Vogel said he was preparing to play without Hill.
Hill scored 26 points Tuesday night in Game 4 after a first-quarter collision with Knicks center Tyson Chandler. Two days later, after the team's shootaround, Hill was still complaining of headaches. Team doctors then diagnosed him with a concussion, forcing him to sit out Game 5. His replacement, D.J. Augustin, played nearly 39 minutes and had no assists as the Pacers...