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Kentucky’s path to NCAA Final Four title may be clear now

Is Kendall Marshall’s broken wrist the latest occurrence to pave the way for Kentucky to the national title?

The North Carolina point guard, who had been directing a smooth attack for the Tar Heels, had surgery Monday to repair a broken scaphoid bone in his right wrist.

Whether Marshall, who is left-handed, will be able to play in a Sweet 16 matchup Friday against Ohio, a No. 13 seed, is unknown.

North Carolina, the Midwest Regional’s No. 1 seed, became the third top seed to suffer untimely misfortune late in the season.

Syracuse, No. 1 in the East, is without center Fab Melo, who was ruled ineligible just before the tournament.

And Michigan State, No. 1 in the West, lost starting forward Branden Dawson to a torn ligament in his left knee in the last game of the regular season.

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