INDIANAPOLIS (WISH/AP) - Pacers point guard George Hill will not play game five against the New York Knicks in New York Thursday night, the team announced via Twitter.
Hill is sitting out because of a concussion sustained in game four.
Hill had experienced headaches and showed concussion symptoms since and wasn't able to pass the league's concussion tests so he could play Thursday night.
Vogel says Hill is day to day and won't play again until he has passed the tests.
D.J. Augustin was to take the majority of Hill's minutes.
The Knicks also changed their lineup, reinserting guard Pablo Prigioni after going with a bigger lineup Tuesday.
The Pacers lead the Knicks 3-1 in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Hill was the leading scorer, with 26 points, in the Pacers win at home on Tuesday.
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