MIAMI (AP) - Paul George says he has not had any concussion symptoms in days and pronounces himself ready to play when Indiana faces Miami in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.
George was one of the last Pacers on the floor at their game day shootaround practice Saturday. He was cleared by the team Friday, three days after he was concussed in the fourth quarter of Game 2.
George says he ''feels great'' and that he has no lingering effects of the injury. He was hurt when Dwyane Wade's knee struck the back of his head on a play where he dove to try to corral a loose ball.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel anticipates having no restrictions on George in Game 3 on Saturday night.

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