Wizards' Bradley Beal hurt in scary fall

George wins it at the line (1:08)

Paul George scores 38 points, including the go-ahead free throws, to send the Pacers to a 100-99 win over the Wizards. (1:08)

WASHINGTON -- Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal left Saturday night's 100-99 loss to the Indiana Pacers midway through the third quarter with a sprained pelvis.

Beal scored 12 points before taking a nasty fall on a layup attempt with 6:17 remaining in the period. He did not return.

After taking Ian Mahinmi's foul, Beal continued driving. He lost his balance during Myles Turner's block attempt and crashed hard to the ground on his right hip. He had to be helped off the court.

Wizards coach Randy Wittman didn't update Beal's condition after the game.

Beal missed 16 games in December and January with a right leg stress reaction. He entered Saturday averaging 18.0 points in 40 games.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.