Paul George exits Clippers' loss late with apparent leg injury

George rode a cart out of Arena while his right leg was outstretched. 

George nodded as he was pushed in the direction of the loading dock for the arena, but the Clippers did not provide any updates.

Ty Lue, the coach of the Clippers, claimed he did not meet George right away following the game and was awaiting more word on the condition of his star guard.

George is currently being assessed, according to Lue. "But I did watch . I didn't even know because I didn't even know it looked like that until simply showed it to me."

George seemed to contact with Thunder guard Luguentz Dort's leg as he rose to grab a rebound, landing awkwardly. He quickly collapsed to the ground and lay there for a while.

With 4:38 left in the game, George needed assistance to get to the locker room after getting up.

George had a fantastic 360-degree spinning baseline slam earlier in the third quarter. Before departing the game, he had 18 points, seven rebounds, and five assists.

Kawhi Leonard, a Clippers teammate, stated at his postgame press conference, "I haven't spoken to him yet. "I also skipped the play.

When asked how the Clippers would change if George were to miss a significant amount of time, Leonard responded, "We'll see."

During a U.S. national team intrasquad scrimmage in August 2014, George's lower right leg sustained a horrifying tibia-fibula fracture as his leg buckled at the base of a basket stanchion.

The Clippers (38-35) are currently fifth in the Western Conference with nine regular-season games remaining.

"We have players," Batum said in reference to Clippers guard Norm Powell, who has been out with a left shoulder ailment. "Despite the fact that we certainly miss our teammate, we still have a terrific coach and squad.