“Whoever comes back first has got to come to each other’s game, so I got to get in touch with him again so he can make it to a game.”
Bryant is working out but still has not set a timetable for his return.
Meanwhile Ware did not play in No. 3 Louisville’s 70-48 win over Charleston, and remains two weeks away from action.
As for when Bryant may visit with Ware and company is anybody’s guess. It’s too bad it won’t be on Dec. 28 when Louisville plays No. 1 Kentucky though, as Bryant is scheduled to play against the Indiana Pacers at home.
But will he play? Again, it’s anybody’s guess.
Here’s the interview:
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