Kevin Ware sees the Louisville-Kentucky rivalry as just another game. He stated that his team doesn't really care that Kentucky exists.
Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware was pulled over and cited for both reckless driving and speeding in a work zone. He was reportedly driving 95 in a 55 MPH zone.
For the past few weeks, we’ve heard nothing but good news in regards to Kevin Ware’s recovery. That trend continued on Friday afternoon when Rick Pitino spoke to the media to talk about his book and preview Saturday’s Red & White scrimmage. “Kevin’s last x-ray shows that he’s perfectly healed,” Pitino says. “He’s got a clean bill of health and has been cleared...
Louisville guard Kevin Ware, whose horrific leg injury became the predominant story during March Madness, reportedly was kicked off the team briefly in July.
It’s been 88 days since Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered one of the more gruesome sports injuries ever seen on national television. As he laid on the court with his leg broken in half and bone puncturing through his skin, no one was really sure if Ware would ever play basketball again. You never want to think that way, but considering what we all witnessed, it was normal to...
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...
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...
Kevin Ware will be on the bench when the Louisville Cardinals take on Wichita State in the 2013 NCAA Final Four.
Adidas has announced that the company will no longer be selling t-shirts with Louisville guard Kevin Ware's No. 5 due to what they claim is a "use of logo issue."
NO HELLO DELI?
Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware suffered a devastating knee injury in the Elite Eight, on Thursday night he unveiled his Top 10 on the Letterman Show.