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Topic - Chane Behanan
Plenty of teams talk about how tight-knit they are, how the team matters more than any individual accomplishment.
Their best player was struggling and their main backup was on the bench with a broken leg.
Cleared by doctors Wednesday to accompany Louisville to Atlanta, the sophomore tells The Associated Press he plans to be a full participant in the team's preparation for Saturday's game against Wichita State.
Kevin Ware is pretty certain how his next few months will play out.
Teammates huddled around Ware as he left the court. They were clearly upset when the injury, embracing each other and crying. Coach Rick Pitino wiped tears from his eyes.
Louisville could have been blown out. Rick Pitino's coaching chops and a little bit of hard work made it closer than it probably should have been.
Once upon a time, Billy Donovan took Rick Pitino on an improbable ride to the Final Four.