What happened to the basketball player that broke his leg?
Ware received widespread media attention when he suffered an open fracture of the tibia in his right leg during an Elite Eight game against the Duke Blue Devils on March 31, 2013….Kevin Ware.
|Al Naft Baghdad|
|NBA draft||2017 / Undrafted|
Who broke their leg for Louisville?
Honoring Ware Louisville forward Chane Behanan celebrates while wearing the jersey of teammate Kevin Ware, who broke his leg while facing the Duke Blue Devils at Lucas Oil Stadium. Louisville won 85-63.
How is Kevin Ware now?
After his second stint in Finland, Ware signed a contract with the London Lightning out of the National Basketball League of Canada. In August of 2020 he signed with the London Lions where he continues to play today alongside former NBA players B.J. Mullens and DeAndre Liggins.
Did Kevin Ware heal?
Kevin Ware ultimately healed and finished his college career with Georgia State, according to the Player’s Tribune. Ware signed on with a professional team based in the Czech Republic in November, 2016, according to ESPN.
How did Hayward break his leg?
Hayward was injured in the first quarter of the Celtics’ 102-99 loss to the Cavaliers Tuesday when he went up for an alley-oop pass and came down awkwardly on his leg after colliding with LeBron James.
How did Kevin Ware’s bone pop out?
Louisville’s Kevin Ware on Sunday suffered what may have been the most gruesome sports injury ever televised — and no one knows for sure how it happened. In the first half of Louisville’s game against Duke, Ware broke his tibia when he landed awkwardly trying to block a shot, the bone bursting through the skin.
What surgery did Kevin Ware get?
Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware underwent successful surgery Sunday night to repair the gruesome open fracture of his right tibia he suffered during the Cardinals’ 85-63 win over Duke in the Midwest Regional final, and he is expected to remain in Indianapolis until at least Tuesday, Louisville announced.
Did Kevin Ware feel pain?
Kevin Ware Says He Didn’t Feel Pain “Those guys mean everything to me. That’s why I put my injury on hold during the game,” he said. “It’s not about me. It’s never just about myself.”