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Photo – June has been a bit of a slow month traditionally as far as recruiting is concerned with all the dead periods, etc., but Louisville...Continue reading »

Photo – Greg M. Cooper, USA TODAY Sports   One was drafted higher than most thought, one was taken far later than most thought, and one had...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...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...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...Continue reading »

Photo – Jamie Squire, Getty Images The constant knock on Pitino at Louisville is the fact that there haven’t been very many NBA players produced...Continue reading »

  Photo – Yahoo! It’s summer and there probably won’t be a lot of hoops news surfacing until we get closer to the Puerto Rico trip. ...Continue reading »

Photo – Joe Robbins, Getty Images North America On Thursday it all ends.  No more will we scour over countless mock drafts and analyze the predictions. ...Continue reading »

  Photo – Jim Redman, The decision for reclassification finally came last night as Maverick Rowan announced that he’s taking...Continue reading »

Photo – Jim Rassol, Sun Sentinel   It is a rarity when a college basketball recruit ranked outside the top five or ten players in the nation...Continue reading »

Photo – Dennis Nett, You have heard about Chinanu Onuaku and his practicing of the “granny-style” free throws in addition...Continue reading »

Photo – 247Sports Each June, the nation’s top basketball recruits land in Charlottesville, VA to participate in the NBA Top 100 camp in front...Continue reading »

In honor of today’s guest, Samaki Walker making an appearance on LSL radio, let’s take look aback to ’96 when he was selected 9th overall...Continue reading »