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Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered a horrific injury to his right leg during Sunday's Elite Eight game against Duke, leaving his teammates and coaches visibly shaken.
Coach Rick Pitino explained the injury following the Cardinals' 85-63 victory over
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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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The battle for the final spot in the Final Four took a unfortunate turn for the worse when Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware went down with a broken leg.
Up 21-17 with just under seven minutes left in the first half Ware tried to jump up in order to contest Tyler Thornton's three-point shot. He lands on one leg and--well, lets just say it is one those things that will...
Louisville's Kevin Ware suffered a horrific leg injury against Duke in the Elite Eight. This is the video and a photo.
When Kevin Ware shattered his tibia on Sunday, I was, thankfully, not watching.
The Louisville-Duke game was on the TV in the living room of my parents’ house, where I sat talking with some family friends after Easter dinner. When I looked up, there was a player lying on the ground with a towel thrown over his legs. Coaches and athletic trainers were huddled around him. Players...
Louisville is moving onto the Final Four after a win over Duke. They will do it without Kevin Waee who suffered a broken leg in the first quarter.
The Video below is graphic and ranks up there with the Marcus Lattimore injury from October.
Obviously we would like to send our best wishes to Ware.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Wichita State hasn't surprised Louisville coach Rick Pitino.
The Shockers (30-8) face the top-seeded Cardinals (33-5) in the Final Four on Saturday night in Atlanta, just the fifth time a team seeded ninth or greater has reached the national semifinals since seeding began in 1979.
Pitino, though, said he was talking to his son at the onset of the tournament...
Less than twelve hours after undergoing major surgery on his broken right leg, Louisville guard Kevin Ware is making rapid progress. Ware is already up and walking on crutches. He was joined this morning at the United Methodist hospital in Indianapolis by Rick Pitino and his son, Richard, a former Louisville assistant coach.
“I visited with him last night when he came out of surgery...
INDIANAPOLIS – In a wild and crazy scene at Lucas Oil Stadium, the University of Louisville basketball team is headed to another Final Four. But there wasn’t a huge celebration after the game. The Cardinals beat Duke 85-63, overcoming the loss of sophomore guard Kevin Ware to a gruesome broken leg in the first half.
University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino has said several times this season that he’s not afraid to use any player on his bench. With the injury to Kevin Ware, Pitino will likely have to turn to walk-on Tim Henderson. Cardinal Authority has a quick update on Henderson and his abilities.
Louisville guard Kevin Ware had successful surgery on his broken right leg Sunday night.
Now his teammates and coaches are waiting to find out when the sophomore will return to campus Tuesday and whether he can travel with them later this week to the Final Four in Atlanta.
Ware sustained a horrifying fracture Sunday in the first half of the Midwest Regional final when he landed...
Just a few hours after suffering a gruesome season ending injury, Louisville guard Kevin Ware underwent a successful surgery at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
Louisville sports information director Kenny Klein shared the promising news late on Sunday night. Ware had the bone in his knee re-set and the wound from the injury closed. A rod was inserted in his right tibia during...
Mike Krzyzewski and Rick Pitino are finally doing an encore.
For the first time since their teams played perhaps the greatest game in the history of the NCAA tournament, Krzyzewski and Pitino will meet in the NCAA tournament Sunday when top-seeded Louisville faces Duke. In the regional finals, no less.
Never mind that few of their current players were even born in 1992. Or that...
The Big Ten was and is the best conference in college basketball, but they are the cusp of not having one representative in the Final Four. Such is life in the NCAA Tournament. Single-elimination lowers the odds, and now they pin their hopes on Michigan to defeat the Florida Gators. Can Trey Burke beat the pressure defense of Florida? Surely. We already saw Michigan destroy the vaunted...