Mickael Pietrus Injury: Twitter Community Sends Its Well Wishes

The love is flowing forth fromt the Twitter community for Boston Celtics reserve swingman Mickael Pietrus, who suffered from a scary "questionable closed head injury" during the second quarter of the team's loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night in Philly.

Tweets wishing Pietrus well are pouring in from fans, media members, players and the league. Here is a sampling.

Our thoughts are with Mickael Pietrus. #speedyrecovery
Mar 24 via web Favorite Retweet Reply

#PHIvsBOS Mickael Pietrus leaves the court on a stretcher. We here at the #Sixers wish him a speedy recovery. http://t.co/GPQp3lTt
Mar 24 via web Favorite Retweet Reply

Prayers go out to Mickael Pietrus get well soon
Mar 24 via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

Thoughts & prayers for Mickael Pietrus after a hard foul in Philly. Waiting on news now that he's been carried off by stretcher #Celtics
Mar 24 via Mobile Web Favorite Retweet Reply

@MickaelPietrus is good people. Best wishes. Or meilleurs vœux.
Mar 24 via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

We here at SB Nation Boston also wish Mickael Pietrus a speedy recovery.

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