Colts players wish Pacers' Paul George a speedy recovery

Boxer Floyd Mayweather visited Paul George after his surgery.
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Colts players are sending Paul George their best wishes for a speedy recovery after he underwent surgery for a broken leg.

George was getting back on defense on a fast break during a USA Basketball Game in Las Vegas Friday night when he landed awkwardly against the basket support. His right leg broke, bending at a severe angle.

Fans have flooded social media with messages of support, using the hashtag #GetWellSoonPG on Twitter. Players like LeBron James tweeted their prayers on Twitter for PG, and he got a hospital visit from boxer Floyd Mayweather.

Now Colts players are joining in, too.

"PG, this is Pat McAfee. I want you to know from the bottom of my heart I can't wait for your speedy recovery, brother. The state of Indiana's gonna miss you. The Pacers are gonna miss you and we can't wait to see you get back on the court. You're the best, boss!" said McAfee.

Reggie Wayne also appears in the video, along with Coach Chuck Pagano, who fought his own health battle a few years ago when he was diagnosed with leukemia.

"Hey Paul, Coach Pagano here. On behalf of the entire Colts organization, Mr. Irsay on down, our staff, our players, we wanna wish you a speedy recovery. God bless you," said Pagano.

Robert Mathis promised, "I'll be back in the front row waiting, and ready when you're ready. We gonna get it! Let's get it!"

The Twitterverse was similarly full of good wishes for PG, as well as shock over the injury itself: