Brad Stevens returns to Butler practice
INDIANAPOLIS -- Butler's Brad Stevens is back to his old self.
Team spokesman Jim McGrath says Stevens led Sunday's practice and was seeing clearly, one day after leaving the Bulldogs' game with 2 minutes to go in the first half.
He was diagnosed with a corneal edema.
Stevens still tried coaching through sore, red eyes Saturday as the Bulldogs clinched a share of their record-setting fifth straight Horizon League regular-season title. The 63-56 victory over Loyola also gave Butler one of two byes into next weekend's tournament semifinals in Milwaukee.
Stevens led the Bulldogs to last season's national championship game, which Duke won.
McGrath says Stevens issued no statement Sunday other than to say "he could see."
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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