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Louisville Card Game:
About this time of year, the injury occurs. So far, so good.Remember that backup guard the University of Louisville basketball team needs in November?Luke Hancock is ready to go. The junior guard transfer from George Mason University, the one who hits 35% of his three-point attempts, says he is ready to after having surgery on his shoulder.“No pain,” Hancock told WDRB-TV this week. “Now if I went in and didn’t get loose, then I’d have a problem. But everybody has to stretch and get their body right and get themselves together before they go play.”
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In yesterday’s blog post from RickPitino.com, when giving an update on all the current members of the team, Coach Pitino mentioned that guards Luke Hancock and Mike Marra would be back from injury in 10 days. Marra suffered a season ending knee injury in the Cards second game of the season. Hancock, who sat out last year because of the NCAA’s transfer rule, injured his shoulder...
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