Steele resolved to help Tide roll again
The first morning was the worst.
Ronald Steele, once among the top point guards in the country, woke up in a hospital room in April 2007 unable to walk. Doctors had just sliced open both of his knees, performing a serious microfracture procedure on the right one and a less invasive arthroscopy on the left.
The kid who taught himself to be a great ball handler by dribbling on roller skates couldn't even stand up.
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