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  Onuaku has played in the three Team USA games and has helped them improve to 3-0 in blowout fashion. Louisville F/C Chinanu Onuaku had 5 reb, 2 pts & 2 asst as the USA Men's #FIBAU19 WC Team beat Iran 83-53 on Saturday in their opener #L1C4 — Kenny Klein (@KKcards) June 27, 2015 Louisville F/C Chinanu Onuaku had 4 pts, 4 reb & 1 steal as USA Men's #FIBAU19 WC Team beat Croatia 103-81 Sunday, improving to 2-0 #L1C4 — Kenny Klein (@KKcards) June 28, 2015 Louisville F/C Chinanu Onuaku had 5 pts, 5 reb &...Continue reading »

Jersey presentations! Join us live now on for the full press conference live from Waltham. — Boston Celtics (@celtics) June 30, 2015 *Some quotes from the Boston presser, via Jeff Greer. Former Louisville guard Terry Rozier “was always high” on the Boston Celtics’ draft board, team president Danny Ainge said Tuesday in an introductory press conference for the Celtics’ four draft picks. In fact, Ainge said he and his staff were hoping the 6-foot-1 Rozier, who Boston...Continue reading »

  Some of the Louisville basketball 2015-16 schedule is already out.  Here’s what we know so far as to who the 21st ranked Cards will play: The C-J’s Jeff Greer provides some insight into the ’15-’16 slate as well. The University of Louisville basketball team is close to finalizing its nonconference schedule for the 2015-16 season. The Cardinals are set to play road games at Kentucky and Michigan State, a neutral-site game in Brooklyn against Saint Louis and 10 home contests, including three games as part of the...Continue reading »

The very talented Crum’s Revenge put together a highlight video from the entire UofL sports season.  Now that it’s released, you must stop what you’re doing and watch. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)...

Whenever the Rockets hold their first summer league practice, the rims and backboards at that specific facility should be put on alert.  Trez always plays with a high motor, but after the draft snub, that motor will go into overdrive.  It wouldn’t be shocking at all to see him destroy one out of sheer frustration.  Now that he’s settling in, he can focus on the game of basketball, and that’s what he told the Houston media when he met with reporters. Montrezl Harrell: Watching the Harrell interview you can tell he is...Continue reading »

June has been a bit of a slow month traditionally as far as recruiting is concerned with all the dead periods, etc., but Louisville managed to generate some news on both the hardcourt and the gridiron. The Maverick Rowan recruitment took another wild turn, a new hoops prospect for 2016 has presented himself, and there was a commitment that actually wasn’t. Here are the highlights of the recruiting trail this month. FOOTBALL   Terence Williams Here, we have an instance of the dreaded “uncommittable offer” that perhaps...Continue reading »

  One was drafted higher than most thought, one was taken far later than most thought, and one had to wait an extra day, but as of Friday afternoon, former Louisville players Terry Rozier, Montrezl Harrell, and Wayne Blackshear had each become a member of an NBA franchise. Rozier, who most mock drafts pegged as a late first-round pick, heard his name called first as he was taken 16th overall by the Boston Celtics, just two picks past the lottery. There, he will join a young, exciting team led by a young coach in Brad Stevens, who of...Continue reading »

Congrats to Montrezl as his NBA dream is realized. It took a lot longer than anyone ever anticipated, but he landed in Houston with a good chance to make some noise in his rookie season.  Trez is known for his non-stop motor and you know he’ll turn it up another notch after falling to the second pick in the second round. *The Houston Chronicle caught up with him briefly. “I feel like I fit in very well,” Harrell said. “It’s a great system to be in and a system that likes to get up and push the pace up and down the floor. It...Continue reading »

Congrats Louisville’s Terry Rozier, selected with the 16th pick in the #NBADraft by the Celtics! #ACCMBB A photo posted by ACC Pix (@accpix) on Jun 25, 2015 at 7:09pm PDT Before the draft, word was that Terry Rozier had played himself into the first round.  However, the 6’1 guard getting selected just two picks after the lottery was a surprise.  He became UofL’s 23rd first round pick in school history and the 67th  Cardinal drafted to the NBA. *The C-J’s Jeff Greer spent the evening with Terry’s family and...Continue reading »

Adidas knocked it out of the park for Louisville last season with the gray, camo uniforms the Cards donned vs. Florida State, and for the past several days had been building up anticipation for their newest creation that the Cards will wear vs. Auburn this year. The result…well, it’s definitely eye popping. Very early Thursday morning, fans received a tease as to what the uniforms would look like, with a full-body image of the front of the uniform as well as a look at the gloves.     Each received fairly high reviews on social...Continue reading »

On this episode of LSL, the guys spoke to Phil Steele (at 49:35 in the podcast) about the upcoming season for UofL and the ACC. With Phil: -His thoughts on the 2015 Cards -His overview of the ACC season ahead -Crucial games during the season for Louisville *Plus discussion of the “summer show question” of the best football & basketball uniforms and the over/under of 7.5 wins for the football team *You can listen to the podcast HERE *ipod/iPad users, or if you have any trouble accessing the podcast, please listen below: VN:F...Continue reading »

We were told the new uniforms for the Chick-fil-a Kickoff Classic would be “bold” and indeed they are.  I’m not going to describe them because the pictures below do the job…. Soar Higher. Score Faster. Another look at @UofLFootball's #UNCAGED uniform. #L1C4 #teamadidas — adidas Football US (@adidasFballUS) June 25, 2015 Interesting graphic on left side of the helmet @adidasFballUS @UofLFootball @UofLFootball @GoCards @CoachPetrinoUL —...Continue reading »

As Trez and Terry wait for their names to be called on Thursday, it’s likely that the two both go in the first round.  It would be the first time since 2009 and the fourth time in school history that UofL would have more than one draft pick selected in the first round. 1989 – Pervis Ellison 1st overall; Kenny Payne 19th 1994 – Clifford Rozier 16h overall; Greg Minor 25th 2009 – Terrence Williams 11th overall; Earl Clark 14th *Under Coach Pitino, 9 players have gone on to play in the NBA from UofL: Earl Clark, Gorgui...Continue reading »