Don't call it a comeback. Call it a miracle.

Just two months ago, Louisville guard Kevin Ware broke his right tibia during an NCAA Tournament game against Duke in the most painful way possible. He was rushed to the hospital shortly after it happened and had to have surgery on his leg almost immediately. His future on the basketball court didn't look bright at all. But it sounds like he's already well on his way to making it back to the hardwood.

According to a report out of Louisville, Ware was apparently spotted shooting jump shots—yes, jump shots—recently and he looks like he's gearing up to try and make a return to the Cardinals next season. He's still got quite a ways to go before he'll be ready for game action. But the Louisville trainer has reportedly been pushing him hard in order to get him back onto the court ASAP.

If Ware pulls this off, it'll go down in sports history. We can't wait to see how far he can take it.

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[via Eye On Basketball]

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