Tough Labor Day for Edgar Sosa.

The former point guard for the University of Louisville basketball team suffered a broken knee while playing for the Dominican Republic national team against Panama. The injury horrified players, fans, and commentators alike, rendering the arena silent save for Sosa’s disturbing screams. Watch the video at your own risk, especially the last 15 seconds, where the injury is replayed and showed in closeup. You can hear the reaction of broadcasters as the closeup is replayed — you’ll probably react in a similar manner.

Link to video here.

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By Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.

2 thoughts on “Edgar Sosa goes down hard”
  1. Do yourself a favor and trust the writer. No need to watch something so horrible. Prayers out to the Louisville guard.

  2. I believe Edgar Sosa will be one of the premier Point Guards in th NBA if ever giving a chance. He
    s qiuck and very athletic. His highlight game was when he played against Texas A&M in March Madness, I think he was somewhat held back in his career. Please everyone give youe blessings and prayers and hope someday he will make it.

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