George was fined for public criticism of the officiating on Wednesday following the Pacers' 120-111 victory over the 76ers. Henderson was fined for throwing an elbow to the head of George with 2:59 remaining in the fourth quarter.
George stood over Henderson after a collision earlier in the quarter, with the officials handing each player a technical foul. Henderson elbowed George on a drive to the basket with 2:59 left in the contest, drawing a flagrant foul 2.
George also received a technical on the play, drawing the ire of the All-Star after the contest.
"You'll know how I feel about the officials and tonight I really have no faith in them," George told the IndyStar. "I've been warning them all night what (Henderson's) going to do, stuff he's doing and they allow the (expletive) to go on. He was throwing jabs and punches at my stomach all night and I didn't retaliate until late in the game when they weren't doing (expletive) about it."
"So he pulled me down, I get double technical for doing nothing and then he throws an elbow at my neck and I get another tech for nothing?" George said. "I really don't have no respect and nothing is there for the officiating. (Expletive) officiating job. I don't care about him. It's the fact that they let him do that. That's the problem I have."