This Shocked Us! Hercy Miller was “fired from the team today, disappointing the.”


KY LOUISVILLE – Another injury has sidelined a Louisville men’s basketball player for the whole campaign.

The program announced on Monday that walk-on junior guard Hercy Miller, who has been sidelined by a hip issue since his freshman season, will have hip surgery, which will prevent him from playing for the rest of the 2023–24 season.

Miller and his family “opted to proceed with the procedure,” according to a Louisville statement, following “outside medical consultation.” California will be the location of the surgery.

Head coach Kenny Payne stated, “I know he’s down about it,” during the ACC coaches call on Monday. “His family is struggling, I know. However, we back Hercy.

This season, Miller participated in ten games, but he never played for more than ten minutes. The last game he played was on January 20 versus Wake Forest.

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

This season, the Cardinals (7-15, 2-9 ACC) have lost a number of players for various reasons.

Five-star recruit Trentyn Flowers declared in August that he would forego college and play professionally in Australia this coming season. He was ready to contribute significantly to the squad this season.

Move After a contentious break with the team in December, Koron Davis was fired. UofL at first

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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