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Profiling the 2014 NCAA Tournament: East Region Injury Report

The East Region of the 2014 NCAA Tournament would arguably qualify as the healthiest region if not for the injury woes of Michigan State. The Spartans have been beset by injury all season with their four top scorers all missing at least three games to injury.

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Profiling the 2014 NCAA Tournament: West Region Injury Report

In the West Region of this year’s NCAA Tournament, one injury stands out amongst all the rest. The number one-seeded Arizona Wildcats will continue their pursuit of a championship without their best player as sophomore Brandon Ashley recovers from surgery to mend a broken foot.

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Profiling the 2014 NCAA Tournament: Midwest Region Injury Report

Injuries in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament are headlined by a name familiar to many college basketball fans. Louisville guard Kevin Ware will again be a spectator for the Cardinals’ quest for a title.

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Understanding the Financial Cost of Kobe Bryant’s Season Ending Injury

The Lakers announced today that Kobe Bryant will not play for the remainder of the 2013-14 season. Bryant, who suffered a fractured tibia plateau in just his sixth game of the season, simply ran out of time. The injury has not surprisingly been slow to heal and after a recent examination Wednesday the team officially […]

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Breaking Down Joel Embiid’s Injury And What It Means To His Future

With Selection Sunday days away the landscape of the NCAA tournament was altered with the announcement that Kansas center Joel Embiid will be sidelined indefinitely with a stress fracture in his lower back. The injury is a sizeable setback for Embiid, the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and a favorite to be the […]

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