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Kevin Ware's Broken Leg Possibly Caused by Undetected Stress Fractures

Injured Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware arrived on campus Tuesday afternoon after being discharged from Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. His first stop was the Yum! practice center on Floyd Street, where he was bringing back the Midwest

Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware's horrific leg fracture was a freak accident that may have been exacerbated by previously undetected stress fractures. "He came down hard, landing in an awkward way," said Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency

Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware's horrific leg fracture was a freak accident that may have been exacerbated by previously undetected stress fractures. "He came down hard, landing in an awkward way," said Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency

What a trooper! Kevin's tibia broke through his skin in a horrific fall during the Louisville vs. Duke March Madness game on March 31, but Kevin has already left hospital. Wow!

Kevin Ware was back on Louisville's campus Tuesday afternoon after he had been released from an Indianapolis hospital, two days after breaking his right leg during the Cardinals' Final Four-clinching victory. The sophomore guard returned to the

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Posted by - April 3, 2013 at 5:53 pm

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Louisville's Kevin Ware gives his new dog a very fitting name

There were lots of good wishes for Kevin Ware after he broke his leg in gruesome fashion in Sunday's Elite Eight game.

Louisville's Kevin Ware suffered what appears to be a compound fracture of both the tibia and fibula in the first half of the Cardinals' Midwest regional final bout against Duke. The injury led to a ten-minute delay in the action

"And that made me just go into Kevin mode," Ware said. "I just told Luke, 'I'm good. Just win this game.' I just kept repeating that. I got louder and louder and Russ was there and I'm pulling their jerseys, trying to get in their face like, 'Ya'll got

"And that made me just go into Kevin mode," Ware said. "I just told Luke, 'I'm good. Just win this game.' I just kept repeating that. I got louder and louder and Russ was there and I'm pulling their jerseys, trying to get in their face like, 'Ya'll got

There were lots of good wishes for Kevin Ware after he broke his leg in gruesome fashion in Sunday's Elite Eight game.

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Posted by - April 2, 2013 at 4:52 pm

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Kevin Ware's Awful Break: How Could It Happen?

There were lots of good wishes for Kevin Ware after he broke his leg in gruesome fashion in Sunday's Elite Eight game.

The upbeat attitude of injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware inspired his team on Sunday, and now he's showcasing that same attitude on Twitter.

The morning after suffering one of the most gruesome injuries in televised sports history, Louisville Cardinals sophomore guard Kevin Ware was moving around on crutches in his Indianapolis hospital room. FEELING HIS PAIN: Joe Theismann empathizes

After Louisville sophomore Kevin Ware broke his right leg during a game against Duke University, the basketball player was rushed to the hospital and underwent emergency surgery. After a successful surgery, Kevin is now

Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered a gruesome lower right leg injury against Duke in the Elite Eight of the 2013 NCAA Tournament. "I don't know if in basketball I've ever seen one like that," Jim Nantz of CBS said as medical

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Louisville's Kevin Ware is moving around on crutches

The morning after suffering one of the most gruesome injuries in televised sports history, Louisville Cardinals sophomore guard Kevin Ware was moving around on crutches in his Indianapolis hospital room. FEELING HIS PAIN: Joe Theismann empathizes

There were lots of good wishes for Kevin Ware after he broke his leg in gruesome fashion in Sunday's Elite Eight game.

Louisville guard Kevin Ware is taken off of the court on a stretcher after his injury during the first half of the Midwest Regional final against Duke in the NCAA college basketball tournament Sunday March 31, 2013, in Indianapolis. / AP Photo/Darron

The morning after suffering one of the most gruesome injuries in televised sports history, Louisville Cardinals sophomore guard Kevin Ware was moving around on crutches in his Indianapolis hospital room. FEELING HIS PAIN: Joe Theismann empathizes

If the fractured leg that Kevin Ware suffered in Louisville's victory Sunday over Duke shocked teammates, fans and TV viewers, imagine how Joe Theismann must have felt. “My world just came to a complete stop, it was just a horrible, horrible thing to

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Posted by - April 1, 2013 at 9:05 pm

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Morning Win means rooting for Kevin Ware and Louisville

If you are college basketball fan, it's likely that by now you have seen the replays of Kevin Ware's “gruesome injury” as he attempted to block a 3- point shot by Tyler Thornton in the Midwest Regional Final as Louisville played Duke. His unfortunate

The Cardinals guard will remain in Indianapolis until Tuesday and hopes he will be able to travel with the team to Atlanta as Louisville takes on Wichita State in the Final Four.

The scene after Louisville's Kevin Ware sustained an open fracture of his right leg late in the first half was surreal. Four Cardinals woozily held each other up at center court, several appearing on the brink of fainting, others crying and shaking

Louisville Cardinals players Chane Behanan, bottom, Peyton Siva, right, and Russ Smith react after an injury suffered by teammate Kevin Ware in the first half during the finals of the Midwest regional against the Duke Blue Devils at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Following Kevin's horrific leg injury on March 31, celebrities began tweeting about the shocking moment caught on TV during the Louisville game. Read on for the kind words from Hollywood.

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