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Kevin Ware's broken leg: Watch the disturbing injury happen on court
By Jeremy Binckes, Digital First Media
Updated: 04/01/2013 06:26:33 AM MDT
Kevin Ware's disturbing leg injury vs. Duke
On Sunday night, Louisville beat Duke 85-63 to advance to the Final Four. But the real image of the game took place with more than 6:30 left in the first half. Louisville guard Kevin Ware lept to block a 3-pointer attempt by Duke's Tyler Thornton. While landing, Ware broke his leg. The bone was sticking through the skin, causing a shocked reaction by his teammates and Duke players. Warning: The video below could be very disturbing.
"Kevin Ware's disturbing leg injury vs. Duke"
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