There is a slim possibility that North Carolina could see the return of point guard Kendall Marshall for Friday's NCAA tournament game against Ohio. Marshall had a screw inserted into his broken right wrist a day after he was injured. Marshall was injured in North Carolina's 87-73 victory over Creighton Marshall is averaging 8.1 points per game and 9.8 assists for the Tar Heels. If Marshall does somehow manage to play, he will endure a massive amount of pain and discomfort for the duration of his time on the court. If he manages to play it will be one of the guttiest performances of all time by an athlete.

Check out the video of his injury here.