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Kevin Ware of Louisville suffered one of the most intense and gruesome leg injuries we have ever seen during their match-up in the Elite Eight against Duke. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kevin and we wish him a speedy recovery.
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Some good news following Kevin Ware's gruesome broken leg during Louisville's win over Duke today states that the guard underwent successful surgery in Indianapolis.
Duke and Louisville’s battle to earn a Final Four berth is taking a back seat as Louisville guard Kevin Ware left Sunday’s game after suffering a gruesome leg injury.
With 6:33 remaining in the first half against the Blue Devils, Ware went out to contest a three-pointer when he landed awkwardly. Announcer Jim Nantz speculated that Ware dislocated some part of his leg, and...
Rick Pitino appears to be right about Digger Phelps. Pitino met with the media the day after selection Sunday and was asked to share his thoughts on his team being the overall favorite. He went on to say that he wasn’t aware that many were picking Louisville to win it all and that he hopes they’re right. Pitino also gave a everyone a bit of advice when filling out their brackets...
Despite suffering a gruesome injury during his team's victory over Duke, Kevin Ware received some positive news after undergoing successful surgery after the game.
In case you missed it, Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries you are ever likely to see on a basketball court during Sunday's Elite Eight game against Duke.Ware sustained the injury with just over six minutes to play in the first half while attempting to block a three-point shot attempt by the Blue Devils. As Ware was coming down to land from...
This unfortunately is not for the squeamish. But thankfully it was not a close up shot.
Sunday's Elite 8 Matchup between Duke and Louisville was delayed for about 15-minutes in the 1st Half after an absolutely horrific looking injury to Louisville Guard Kevin Ware.
Ware gave maximum effort in trying to block a jumper near the Louisville bench and landed awkwardly...
Louisville Cardinals coach Rick Pitino explained exactly what type of injury sophomore guard Kevin Ware suffered in their Elite Eight game against Duke.
Louisville guard Kevin Ware has been carried off the court after badly injuring his lower right leg during the Midwest Regional final against Duke on Sunday.
An official tells several reporters that a bone snapped. Trainers immediately covered the leg with a towel and placed Ware on a backboard, then lifted him onto a stretcher.
Teammates huddled around Ware as he left the court...
After Louisville's Kevin Ware suffered an awful and traumatic injury in their regional final game vs Duke, classless blogs raced to gif the injury so that they could cash in on the hits. Luckily, CBS, ESPN, SB Nation and many others made the decision not to show it. It's gruesome. If you really want to see it, you can find it on the internet.
Sports Illustrated - Pete...
Though there is not a lot known about the details surrounding Kevin Ware's injury, there's been a rush to discuss its place in the grander scheme of NCAA athletics. In short: college athletics is a scam.
We've always known this, today was just another reminder. Schools have insurance for injuries like Ware's and if his is deemed to qualify, the NCAA offers further...
Louisville’s Kevin Ware suffered what appeared to be multiple fractures of his right leg at the 6:33 mark of the f…
Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware's horrific leg injury will keep him out for at least a year, if not longer.
Louisville's Kevin Ware's right leg snapped against Duke in their Elite Eight showdown, stopping the game in it's tracks.
Louisville talks after Kevin Ware breaks his leg.