Louisville's Kevin Ware Shows off Scar from His Devastating Injury

Ken Chin@@thekenchinSocial Media StaffOctober 12, 2013

Kevin Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries in recent memory, and he has inspired us all in his fight to return to the court. That should happen this season, as the Louisville guard is expected to be in uniform for the team's Nov. 9 opener against Charleston.

"He'll suit up for the first game," head coach Rick Pitino told ESPN's Dana O'Neil and Jeff Goodman. "Whether he gets in or not, we'll see." 

One thing he will have forever is this scar. It doesn't look as bad as you would think. 

Thanks to @ericcrawford for the photo
Thanks to @ericcrawford for the photo

Good luck this year, Kevin! 

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