Mike Miller released from hospital

Updated: February 16, 2011, 7:00 PM ET
By Brian Windhorst | ESPN.com


TORONTO -- Tests on Miami Heat guard Mike Miller at an Indianapolis hospital showed no concussion and no fracture and he was released and allowed to fly home Wednesday.

Miller will miss the Heat's game Wednesday night against the Raptors.

Team athletic trainers were concerned after Miller took an elbow to his right eye area from Indiana Pacers forward Jeff Foster Tuesday night.

It was the third blow to the head in five days for Miller. It was previously believed Miller suffered a concussion last Friday after a hit to his head against the Pistons. The Heat say that is not the case.

However, the Heat said Wednesday Miller did not suffer a concussion, but still had to go through tests before playing Sunday.

Miller did not play in the fourth quarter of the Heat's 110-103 win and left Conseco Fieldhouse in a wheelchair out of precaution. He received X-rays and a CT scan before being released Tuesday night.

The Heat are hoping Miller will be available for next Tuesday's game against the Sacramento Kings, the team's first game after the All-Star break.

Brian Windhorst covers the Miami Heat for ESPN.com.