Found November 27, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Louisville Sports Information Director Kenny Klein posted shared this photo via Twitter earlier this afternoon. Klein says Dieng’s surgery went well and the team expects to have him back on the court in 4-to-6 weeks. Dr. Luis Scheker of the Kleinert Kutz Hand Care Center performed the surgery today adding a screw to Dieng’s hand to repair his fractured scaphoid bone. As I’ve mentioned before, the folks Kleinert Kutz Hand Care Center are the world’s leader in hand care treatment. Get well soon, Gorgs!
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