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Probably the biggest story of this past season’s NCAA Tournament was Kevin Ware’s freak injury in the Elite Eight game vs Duke. After jumping to defend a three, Ware landed awkwardly and leg actually snapped, resulting in one of the most gruesome sights you will ever see on a basketball court. Ware is back up and shooting around, and today he decided to post a photo of his leg scar on Instagram: It’s a large one, which is obviously to be expected. We’re just glad that his recovery is going well.
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Kevin Ware is up and at ‘em.
The Louisville basketball player who suffered a gruesome compound fracture in his leg during the NCAA basketball tournament earlier this year, posted a photo of his scars, as seen below.
Photo via Instagram/BillionaireBev
The daughter of Wave3 news anchor John Boel was seriously injured Wednesday night when she and another girl were hit by a car in the east end of Louisville. According to Wave3, Brianna suffered a fractured skull, a broken leg and a broken wrist. Doctors were also monitoring brain bleeding and a possible spine injury.
Boel underwent surgery on Thursday to insert rods into her badly...
Louisville guard Kevin Ware visited 14-year old Brianna Boel after she got hit by a car in order to give her confidence as she strives for a full recovery.
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