Cleveland Cavaliers point guard George Hill has missed three consecutive playoff games due to a sore back. Currently, it’s unclear whether or not he’ll be well enough to play in Sunday’s Game 7 affair. However, it sounds like he would give it a go — if the decision was his to make.

As most Cavs fans know, Hill was injured in Game 1 of this series after backing into a screen set by an opposing player. MRI scans were taken last weekend — the results of which came back negative.

Hill spoke to members of the media after Saturday’s practice session with regards to the time he’s missed.

“It’s very frustrating,” Hill said of his injury and time away. “Deep down inside, I want to be out there with the guys. But knowing if I can’t do certain things, move better and be able to play my game, then it’s better to sit that out and let the guys who can actually make those plays do their job.”

“For me, it’s frustrating,” Hill said in closing. “But look, we’ve got another opportunity to close it out at home. I would love to be a part of it.”

Hill, now 31 years of age, is a solid on-ball defender. Needless to say, the Cavs have missed his presence on the defensive end of the floor.

In his 24 appearances with the Cavs during their 2017-18 regular season campaign, Hill racked up averages of 9.4 points on 44.4 percent shooting from the field (35.1 percent from beyond the arc), 2.8 assists, 2.7 rebounds, and just under one steal (0.9) in 27.9 minutes per game.

If Hill is unable to play in Sunday’s tilt, Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue will likely give Jose Calderon a starting nod, just as he has in previous games.

Game 7 is set to tip inside Quicken Loans Arena at 1:00 p.m. EST on Sunday afternoon with ABC having live broadcast coverage.