Louisville guard Hercy Miller Say’s He Will Never Play With Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball Again Till Coach Pat Kelsey Will Leave

Louisville guard Hercy Miller Say's He Will Never Play With Louisville Cardinals men's basketball Again Till Coach Pat Kelsey Will Leave





Louisville basketball player Hercy Miller out for remainder of season


Miller will have a season-ending procedure after trying to play through an injury, the team announced Monday.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville men’s basketball team will be down another player for the remainder of the season.


The team announced Monday junior guard Hercy Miller will have season-ending surgery on his hip. He attempted to play through the injury this season.


According to a UofL spokesman, Miller and his family consulted with outside medical professionals and decided to move forward with the procedure, which will happen in California.


“I know he’s down about it,” head coach Kenny Payne said during Monday’s ACC coaches call. “I know his family’s down. But we support Hercy.”


Miller played in 10 games this season, but never logged more than 10 minutes. He played most recently Jan. 20 against Wake Forest.

Miller averaged 1.1 points, 0.1 rebounds and 0.3 assists, and shot 27% from the field.


The Cardinals (7-15, 2-9 ACC) have lost several players this season for a variety of reasons.

In August, 5-star recruit Trentyn Flowers announced he would skip college and play professionally this season in Australia. He was poised to play a big role on this year’s team.

Transfer Koron Davis was dismissed from the team in December in a messy split. UofL initially said he chose to enter the transfer portal, but Davis took to social media saying that was not true.

The team then put out a second statement saying he had been dismissed. Davis never played in a regular season game for Louisville.

In January, UofL announced freshman Dennis Evans was no longer medically cleared to compete at the university.

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