Miami Heatreserve guard Gerald Greenwas released from the hospital Saturday after a four-day stay for an undisclosed reason, according to WPLG in Miami.
Green was taken to the hospital Wednesday after an incident outside his condo building. According to a 911 call obtained by TMZ, the caller said Green had passed out and was bleeding in the valet area outside the condo.
TMZ also reported that multiple witnesses said Green was acting strangely in the lobby of the condo -- screaming at the top of his lungs -- and that it took several people, including emergency personnel, to restrain Green and get him on a stretcher and into an ambulance.
The Miami Herald reported that Green was not arrested, according to Miami police, but that Miami-Dade Fire and Rescue requested assistance because of a "combative patient" at the address where Green lives.
Guard Mario Chalmers accompanied Green to the hospital on Wednesday, but team officials have declined to offer any specifics regarding his stay there other than to say he "is safe and is healthy."
Players said they have not been told the specifics surrounding Green's hospitalization. Miami authorities have said there are no ongoing investigations involving Green.
Green was a pivotal part of the Heat rotation during Miami's first three regular-season games, averaging 10.3 points. He missed Tuesday's game against Atlanta unexpectedly with what the team only described as an illness.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Heat's Gerald Green reportedly released from hospital
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