INDIANAPOLIS - A get-well banner was placed in the lobby of Bankers Life Fieldhouse Tuesday so that Indiana Pacers fans could wish Paul George a speedy recovery.
Related Story: Paul George suffers serious leg injury
George suffered a gruesome leg injury during a scrimmage last Friday in Las Vegas.
When George leaped to block a layup, his leg smashed against the bottom of the backboard.
Pacers officials said dozens of fans came to the fieldhouse to sign the banner, which will be available in the Entry Pavilion until after the Indiana Fever game on Friday, Aug. 8.
After that, the banner will be hung at the Fieldhouse.
Fans wishing to send cards or letters to George during his recovery may send them to:
Get Well PG
125 S. Pennsylvania St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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