After Duke basketball lost against Wake Forest over the weekend, Kyle Filipowski was injured as a fan bumped into him during the court storm. The Blue Devils were trying to get off the court as the fans quickly rushed the floor, and Filipowski hurt his ankle in the process. Duke is returning to action on Wednesday night at home against Louisville, and Filipowski is expected to play.

Kyle Filipowski exited the court on Saturday with the assistance of numerous teammates and Duke basketball staff members, and the team formed a wall around him as he limped to the locker room. It appears he is going to be okay as it looks like he is good to go for Wednesday's game.

“Kyle Filipowski is expected to play tonight for @DukeMBB, per source,” Adam Zagoria said in a tweet.

The incident with Kyle Filipowski has sparked quite the debate in the college basketball world about court storms. The fans obviously love it. Winning a game against one of the top teams in the country is cool, but seeing the fans rush onto the court and celebrate with the team is one of the things that makes college hoops so special. However, after the injury to the Duke star, there are some people that think it is getting too dangerous.

Conferences and schools have rules where teams can get fined if their fans storm the court, but that hasn't seemed to stop anyone yet. The penalties will have to be more serious if people really want these court storms to stop.

People around the Duke program, like Filipowski himself, have since called for court storms to stop, but the Blue Devils never get to be on the fun side of it because they are almost always one of the top teams in college basketball. They certainly have a different perspective on it.

No court storms will happen on Wednesday for the Blue Devils as they will be back at home. Filipowski is set to play, and Duke should be able to get a bounce back win after their difficult loss to Wake Forest over the weekend.