Kevin Ware motivates teammates as he suffers grim leg injury (Video)

Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered a very horrific injury at Lucas Oil Stadium during Sunday’s NCAA tournament match against Duke. According to the reports on the Dailymail.

Kevin Ware motivates teammates as he suffers grim leg injury

The 20-year-old Ware yelled out a motivating message for the teammates that ‘Don’t worry about me, go out and win this thing’. The accident occurred in front of Louisville bench.

Ware suffered a grim leg fracture in which the bone in his right leg came out protruding in front of millions of horror-stricken TV viewers.

It was such a horrific angle that CBS discontinued showing the replay of the fall in the NCAA tournament. Some of the teammates vomited seeing Ware writhing and screaming in pain.

Coach Rick Pitino and the teammates were seen in tears during Sunday’s Midwest Regional final.

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The Dailymail quoted Pitino, who said “The bone’s 6 inches out of his leg and all he’s yelling is, ‘Win the game, win the game. I’ve not seen that in my life. … Pretty special young man.”

Reporters were told by an official that a bone had snapped. Immediately, the trainers covered the wound with the towel and placed him on a backboard to be lifted onto a stretcher.

Ware’s teammates seemed to have taken revenge on the Duke as they defeated them in the second half of the match.

Pitino said to NBC: ‘We won this for him. We were all choked up with emotion for him. We’ll get him back to normal. We’ve got great doctors, great trainers. We talked about it every timeout, “Get Kevin home.”

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