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From ‘Russ Arena’ to ‘LukeRuss’ Oil Stadium, the Cards marched on to the Sweet 16 and dispatched the Ducks of Oregon, 77-69. Russ lead the way once again with 31 points, keeping UofL ahead from a feisty Oregon team who closed to within 6 points with just 5 minutes left. -Player of the Game: Russ Smith (tied his career high of 31 points) -The game...Continue reading »

Louisville turned UK’s barn into ‘Russ Arena’ as the Cards blasted Colorado State 82-56. Russ Smith continued his hot play as he scored 27 points to lead UofL.  The Cards’ D forced the Rams into a season high 20 turnovers. -Player of the Game: Russ Smith (27 points, including 4 three-pointers) -The game was over when: UofL put together a 22-7 run...Continue reading »

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Myles Turner has become one of Rick Pitino’s top center targets in the class of 2014. The kid is a beast. Turner is a strong finisher down low and he has a nice shooting touch from the mid-range area. He can also hit three pointers and is a very good defender. It has been reported that it will be difficult to lure Turner...Continue reading »

As we are in the midst of the offseason, this becomes another excuse to watch and marvel at the Cards’ title run once again.  Up first we have UofL dismantling the Bulldogs of NC A&T, 79-48.  While the game was a rout, most remember A&T’s band and dance team tearing it up during the timeouts and at halftime. -Player of the Game: Russ Smith (23 points,...Continue reading »

Extremely quick with the ball in his hands, Snider can get into the paint and finish at the rim or knock down the pull up jumper. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (2 votes cast)...

photo – 247sports.com One need of Louisville’s 2014 class is the 5 spot.  Mike Hughes told us on the radio show this week that the Cards will probably look to get commitments from three more kids to complete the class, a shooting guard, a wing, and a center.  Here’s a glimpse of who the Cards are recruiting for a new big man in the paint.  Robinson...Continue reading »

  Photo – Chicago Sun-Times Cliff Alexander, a 5-star power forward from Chicago, Illinois, announced a list of ten schools via twitter and the Cards made the cut. The other finalists are Kentucky, Michigan State, Indiana, Illinois, DePaul, Kansas, Memphis, Baylor, and Arizona. The Kentucky, Louisville and Indiana basketball teams made the top 10 on the recruiting...Continue reading »

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(Stephen Hurt Already Has a Feel for Embarrassing Kentucky) With the departure of Gorgui Dieng, Rick Pitino is on the lookout for the next great big man for Louisville. While that player could potentially come from the current roster in the form of Mangok Mathiang and/or Akoy Agau, the newly inducted Hall of Fame coach is not putting all his eggs in this current roster’s...Continue reading »

The Cards came back from 14 points down – with just a minute and a half left – after a bench clearing brawl and a Craig Hawley 3 that sent it into overtime. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (6 votes cast)...

“I don’t know what’s so funny, Mr. Jurich. This team next year will be better.” (Photo via Card Chronicle) Former Cards center Gorgui Dieng conducted a pre-draft work-out for the New York Knicks on Tuesday and NBA.com Knicks reporter Adam Zagoria (who also owns the ZagsBlog.com blog) was able to talk with the big man about the draft and what he...Continue reading »

These badboys will be coming to your door soon, and the pizza in them will be tasting better than ever.   And just when you thought you had all the championship keepsakes….     VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (5 votes cast)...

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