Former Louisville Cardinals Guard and current Georgia Panthers Guard Kevin Ware joins the show to discuss Samaitan’s Feet and Paul George.

Asked about how things have changed since he broke his leg in the 2013 NCAA Regional Finals against Duke, Ware answered “It’s too much attention for me. People wanted to take pictures while I was in Louisville regularly. Having a metal rod in my leg is different also”.

When asked what bit of advice he’d offer Pacers swingman Paul George, Ware said” Stay patient. Everything is gonna take time. He has to stay positive and know that God is giving him a break for a while.”

Asked if he’d saw Paul George’s injury, Kevin Ware said “I couldn’t avoid it. I automatically jumped up and walked out the room. I came back and saw him on the stretcher and I immediate prayed for him.”

Kevin Ware also shared “It’ll be a good experience for me and my teammates to go to Costa Rica. Things like this put me in a good mood.”, speaking on the Panthers 8 day trip to Costa Rica to play games and distribute shoes with “Samaritan’s Feet”.

Ware ended the interview sharing “Mentally it was the easiest part for me because everyone around me was positive. I feel like the last thing that was missing from my game was my timing and now I have my timing.”

Can’t wait to catch a couple of GSU Panthers games this year!


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