March 31, 2013: Send Kevin Ware your well wishes
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Send Kevin Ware your well wishes

In case you missed it, Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered a broken leg during the Cards' upset of Duke yesterday. Support came in from around the sports world, and it appears that he's in good spirits after a successful surgery.

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Video: L'Ville player suffers horrible injury
Ride The Pine

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WARNING: The video of Kevin Ware’s injury is gruesome and caused players to cry and vomit. No joke.

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Niese's wife has strange superstition
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Video: Durant visits L'Ville ladies locker room
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They were so excited that one of the young ladies actually cold-cocked a member of KD’s entourage in the chin.

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Erin Andrews loses bet, changes Twitter avatar
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Erin Andrews, FOX Sports broadcaster and Florida alum, lost a bet to NFL Network’s Rich Eisen, a Michigan man, following the Gators' loss to the Wolverines in the Elite Eight on Sunday. The wager?

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15 storylines to follow for the 2013 MLB season
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Whether it's turnover in Toronto, sophomore superstars, or Dodger dollars, there's no shortage of storylines coming this 2013 baseball season.

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Video: Drummond airballs back-to-back FTs
Beyond The Buzzer

Andre Drummond will likely want to erase this Sunday night trip to the foul line from his memory...

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Video: Canadiens play April Fools' prank on rookie
It's Always Sunny in Detroit

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He knew he was had after about ten strides...

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DFA'ed pitcher watches A's game from stands
Minus Twenty-Two

It’s an unusual way to spend the day after being shown the door by a team.

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Video: Boozer accidentally nails ref with fist pump
Gamedayr

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Finish him, Boozer.

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Kobe: Next season will be my last
BlackSportsOnline

Logging over 45,000 total minutes in his NBA career—53,000 if you include the playoffs—Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has a lot of tread on his tires.

 
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