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That lOoks carrer ending worse than McGhee knee injury
I missed it. Not watching the tournament now that our team is eliminated. How did he break his leg?
We may have lost the battle......but not the war.
just landed and it imploded popped out and everything.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
Ugly and awful. Hard to watch at all. Hopefully it was a clean break and easy to fix.
Feel for anyone with that type of injury.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Worst leg break I've ever seen on TV. Worse than Theisman, worse than Marcus Lattimore. Just terrible. Feeling so bad for Kevin Ware right now. His career has to be finished.
If this doesn't help the case to pay college athletes I don't know what will. This kid deserves millions for what just happened to him.
My biggest concern is if the main artery in his leg was severed. The bone came right out. He could lose half his leg if that happened.
This post was edited by McBrutus 13 months ago
Here you go! Poor bastard, that was horrible.
Louisvilles player Kevin Ware breaks his leg on terrible fall! This could possible be one of the worst injuries in basketball. Prayers go out to him and his...
He deserves millions as a student athlete because he broke his leg?
I feel bad for the kid....but that statement makes zero sense.
I think for most description is ok. reminded me of Psycho Sid jumping off the top rope
I was being facetious. I just feel bad for the kid.
Super bowl tim Krumrie, brown for so miss and Houston WR were 3 worst I can remember. This was up there and I by far the worst basketball one I have seen.
I wish I had never saw that.
You have to wonder if there was a defect in his tibia for it to break like that. Possibly a tumor benign or malignant. A vascular injury is what needs to worried about, he could lose his leg. Terrible injury.
I thought his teammates that were right there were going to chooch when they saw it.
That is horrific. I hope he just heals and lives a normal lifr after that.
Worst basketball injury I've ever seen. I hope the kid makes a full recovery. Get well!
You pull out the most epic references!
"Tonight, my butt's sore." - Mike Krzyzewski 11-29-11
What I admired most was how the kid starting barking at his teammates to carry on while he sat there with his leg shattered. It was amazing to watch. he was calm as ever and just started holloring at his teammates. That is tough! I don't like Louisville or Pitino, but I will be pulling for this kid. With an attitude like that, I wouldn't be surprised to see him back on the hardwood.
What an awful thing for the young man. After watching the Louisville teams reaction I just help but point out that you got a small glimpse of what our boys and girls see in Iraq and Afghanistan. Seeing your brothers go down. For how horrible that was for those young men it really puts things in perspective.
This post was edited by CR2011 13 months ago
"Playing here is the closest thing to heaven on earth..." - Brian Rolle
No, it doesn't. But if universities don't take out insurance policies on behalf of the kids, then I'd say something is seriously wrong.
My 13 year old son broke his fib/tib skiing on dec 31 and it was similar but not thru the bone. Horrific looking and terrible painful .
13 weeks later and he is still recovering. The Louisville player has a long road to recovery. I wish him the best. My son wants to write him a letter.
I could not watch this one. Seeing one up close is hard enough and the flashbacks are
Nice to hear that your son is recovering.
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