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By The Associated Press
Florida coach Billy Donovan felt for Kentucky’s Nerlens Noel, saying the way he plays makes coaches admire him, after he hurt his knee in the second half Tuesday night.
“I don’t know what ended up happening, but it was clear from him moaning in pain that he was struggling,” Donovan said. “I admire the way he plays and I admire his energy. I don’t know how badly he’s hurt, but the injury came from a hustle play. It kind of embodies who he is as a player.
“He’s a hustle-play guy, and you just feel sad if there’s any kind of length or duration that he’s out because everybody admires in this league, coaches-wise, how he plays the game.”