Kevin Ware: Recovering from Surgery, On Crutches
On crutches, that is.
On crutches, that is.
It was one of the most horrifying sports injuries in recent memory, and it took place on one of the grandest stages:
Kevin Ware of Louisville came crashing down to the floor last night while trying to block a shot, fracturing his leg in multiple places directly in front of teammates.
Maybe Chris Brown is serious about turning over a new leaf.
The R&B star took a flagrant foul from Knicks fans at Madison Square Garden Sunday as cameras showed him on the Jumbotron and the capacity crowd booed.
Shaquille O’Neal‘s ex-mistress and legal sparring partner of several years, Vanessa Lopez, has been hit with a restraining order by the NBA legend.
It's unclear why, but Shaq filed for an "Emergency Motion For Protective Order Or Alternative Temporary Injunction" and a judge granted that request.
Kevin Ware of Louisville is resting comfortably in the hospital this morning, hours after breaking his leg in arguably the most gruesome sports injury anyone has ever seen.
The incident took place in the first half of Louisville's Final Four victory of Duke, as the guard jumped to block a three-point attempt and landed awkward on his right leg.
In an interview with CNN yesterday, former San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Kwame Harris came out as a homosexual.
Harris had been arrested in January for beating an ex-boyfriend and said he underwent significant stress and pressure, keeping his sexuality a secret during his playing days.
The Houston Astros will open the season this Sunday, making their first appearance as an American League team after switching from the National League during the offseason.
While the switch allows them an extra hitter in the form of a DH, nobody expects that to matter. Why? Because the Astros have the lowest salary in baseball.
Under fire from the Twitterverse and other TV analysts, Doug Gottlieb has issued an apology for his "white man" joke last night.
The former Oklahama State point guard was discussing the NCAA Tournament with four African-American colleagues when he quipped that he's just around to bring the "white man's perspective to the set."