Paul George shows off his mobility in one-on-one game with his dog

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It has been a few months since Indiana Pacers star Paul George suffered a gruesome leg injury whilst playing for in a Team USA scrimmage but the rehabilitation seems to be going very well.

Regaining Mobility

They are even rumours that the small forward could be suited up for the Pacers before the end of the season but George has already showcased a fierce desire to return with the same standard to which he left.

Monday there surfaced a video of George shooting jump shots quite comfortably after only a few months since he broke his leg.


Now the 24-year-old small forward has posted a video on his Instagram page showing encouraging mobility.

The surprise about the video is the choice of opponent for the All-Star, George is in fact giving the shake-and-bake to his dog King, before swishing a jump shot in the face of his canine pal.

Check out the video here

Not good enough defence from King really is it.

Anyway the most important aspect is that George continues to work on all areas of his game and considering the nasty incident involving the stanchion which has sideline George, his mobility at this stage of the rehabilitation is very pleasing for Pacers fans.

Everyone is wishing the 24-year-old all the luck in his return to the court, George is one of the most exciting prospects in the today's NBA and possibly the future of the league behind LeBron James and Kevin Durant.

Paul George
Indiana Pacers

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