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On to the Final Four

Lexington Herald-Leader

INDIANAPOLIS - A piece of net tucked behind his left ear and crutches under both arms, Willie Cauley-Stein couldn't stop smiling.

After injuring his ankle in the NCAA Tournament Midwest Region semifinals, Kentucky's sophomore center didn't get to play in the championship win over Michigan on Sunday, but he tried to do his part from the Cats' bench.

"I was trying to be live as I could on the bench over there, but this is crazy," he said on the court at Lucas Oil Stadium just seconds after Kentucky advanced to the Final Four.

"It's a dream come true and it's not even over yet."

He did his part to celebrate with teammates, too.

Cauley-Stein, who didn't expound further on the extent of his injury, said he's going to do everything he can to play in the Final Four, which begins Saturday in Arlington, Texas.

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