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Despite Kevin Ware having a giant cast on his broken leg, should Louisville win, he will have a chance to take part in the longstanding tradition of cutting down his portion of the net.
According to USA Today Sports, the NCAA has a “contingency plan” in place should the Cardinals win. Once the camera equipment is removed, the basket will be lowered so that Ware can cut his piece off. The rest of the team will climb a commemorative ladder made by Werner.
Sounds like the right thing to do, if you ask me.
And a photo of Kevin Ware wearing the pink Foams tonight. twitter.com/SoleCollector/…
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Louisville’s promise to “Win It For Ware” came to fruition Monday night. The Cardinals defeated Michigan 82-76 to win their first national championship since 1986, and Kevin Ware – just over a week removed from suffering a horrific leg injury in the Elite Eight — was on hand to enjoy the win with his teammates. After Cardinals players took turns ceremoniously cutting...
Louisville may have done Kevin Ware wrong by attempting to profit off his broken leg while he couldn’t get a cut of the proceeds, and it looks like the sophomore guard got them back (intentionally or not).
Ware, on crutches, came out of Louisville’s tunnel inside the Georgia Dome to join his team for the national championship game Monday. He was shown wearing his jersey, sweat...
Not even a surgically-repaired leg was going to keep Kevin Ware from cutting down the nets after Louisville won the 2013 NCAA Championship.
The injured Kevin Ware shared a special moment with his father after the Cardinals overcame Wichita State in the 2013 Final Four.
So everyone knows the Kevin Ware story by now. He was the sixth man for Louisville all season, only to go down with a brutal leg injury midway through the tournament.
We told you earlier that Louisville was going to make sure he could take part in cutting down the nets if they won the championship, and here’s the video of it:
Louisville fan or not, u gotta have at least some...
Should Louisville beat Michigan in Monday night's 2013 NCAA title game, there is already a plan in place to help Kevin Ware cut down the nets.
Prior to the 2013 NCAA championship game, Kevin Ware gave his Louisville Cardinals teammates a pep talk in the corridor of the Georgia Dome.
Louisville's Kevin Ware celebrated along with his teammates after Louisville took home the 2013 NCAA National Championship over Michigan.
Via: NCAA.com The Louisville Cardinals won their third NCAA men’s basketball championship, first since 1986, Monday night with a 82-76 victory over the Michigan Wolverines.
With an aching heart and a shot that couldn't miss, Luke Hancock helped Kevin Ware and the rest of the Louisville Cardinals win their national title.
Given increased playing time and more shots because of Ware's injury, Hancock went 5 for 5 from 3-point range in Monday night's 82-76 win over Michigan in the national title game. He finished with 22 points to add to the...
This year's NCAA Tournament was certainly a memorable one. From the early upsets and last second game winners to Dunk City and Florida Gulf Coast to tonight's incredibly entertaining championship game with Louisville defeating Michigan, March Madness delivered in every facet. And like every year, the tournament was wrapped up on CBS with a rendition of One Shining Moment...
The Louisville Cardinals are national champions in men’s basketball. The team rallied to take down the Michigan Wolverines 82-76, after enduring a tournament that tested the team’s limits.
Just two weeks ago, Cardinals guard Kevin Ware was rushed to the hospital with a broken leg after contesting a shot in the team’s win over Duke. Ware’s advice to his teammates before he...
When the Louisville Cardinals arrived at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome on Saturday evening, they knew they had shortened depth in the backcourt without the injured Kevin Ware and they also knew they had a more than game opponent in the Wichita State Shockers. On top of this, problems piled higher than the concrete structure where they played.
Starters Wayne Blackshear and Gorgui Dieng...