At the beginning of the season, no one thought Paul George would be able to make it back from a traumatic injury suffered during Team USA practice. George shocked everyone when he returned last week and has been solid in restricted minutes. Now, in the last game of the season, the absolute worst has happened as George had to be helped off the court. George wasn't able to put weight on either of his legs and after trainers examined him on the bench he had to be carried to the locker room. The Pacers tweeted out that George suffered a "sore left calf," but why would a player need to be carried with that minor of an injury? The only good news is that at least if the Pacers are at least telling the truth about which leg it is, it's not the same one he injured last summer.