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photo – lakerholicz *Former Card Earl Clark will be meeting with the Cleveland Cavaliers today as he will begin to test the free agent market.   Earl Clark is visiting with the Cavaliers on Tuesday, The Sporting News reported. The Cavs’ interest in the 6-foot-10, 225-pound power forward is legitimate, one source said. They’ve liked him for quite...Continue reading »

‘Trez has probably been doing a lot of this in Prague Through three games – and to no one’s surprise – Team USA’s 19U squad has been blasting the competition, winning by scores like 88-29, 113-57, and 113-47.  In those games, Harrell has played well as he’s averaging 9 points and 3.7 rebounds in just 13 minutes per game.  The most...Continue reading »

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photo via @franfraschilla   Luke Hancock made the US team from the World University Games just days after his father dies of cancer.  Since making that final cut, he has been impressive during workouts per ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla.  It’s great to see Luke doing so well after the adversity he’s been through.  Plus, all the competition in Russia...Continue reading »

The wait of 27 years is now over and Louisville reigns supreme in the world of college basketball.  Once again, Luke Hancock, the MOP of the Final Four brings UofL back and Peyton Siva made all the plays down the stretch to earn banner #3 for UofL. -Player(s) of the game: Hancock (22 points; five 3s) and Siva (18 points, 6 rebounds, 5 steals, and 4 assists).  Both players...Continue reading »

UofL finally had its first rough game, where literally nothing went well for the first 30 minutes of game action.  Then Luke Hancock decided to have his name written in the history books as he stepped up when nobody could, making shots after Tim Henderson got the rally going.  The Cards won their 3rd national semifinal game by beating the Shockers 72-68.  -Player of...Continue reading »

  The University of Louisville’s pipeline to the NBA got a little bit stronger last night as both Gorgui Dieng and Peyton Siva heard their names called during the 2013 draft. Dieng was selected by the Utah Jazz with the 21st pick but his rights were subsequently traded to Minnesota. We discussed the situation in Minnesota yesterday, and while there are already...Continue reading »

Photo – Yahoo Sports   Tonight’s the night. The only two departing pieces from Louisville’s 2013 National Championship run – Gorgui Dieng and Peyton Siva – should both hear their names called tonight at the NBA Draft. However, where and when they’ll hear their names is still very much up in the air. Both Draft Express and reading »

Photo – ESPN   After losing his father to a long, hard-fought battle with cancer, Louisville senior-to-be Luke Hancock is in the middle of one of the toughest weeks of his life. Despite the incredible adversity, it was announced last night that Hancock made the initial round of cuts for the USA University Men’s World Games roster. The initial pool of...Continue reading »

The “Ice Man” Milt Wagner beats the Tigers with two free throws with just 0:01 on the clock. Major props to Justin Bowen for the download. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)...

The 5-star prospect’s pledge to UofL has CardNation abuzz.  Here’s some additional info about Louisville’s latest elite guard. *An informative Q & A from the C-J’s Steve Jones Why did you think Louisville was a good choice for you? Coach (Rick) Pitino and (assistant) coach (Kevin) Keatts are real great guys. [Related story on Lyle’s...Continue reading »

After two years of heavy recruitment, JaQuan Lyle finally decided to announce his decision to attend the University of Louisville. All Wednesday afternoon, there was speculation that Lyle was going to end his recruitment in favor of Louisville. Scout’s Brian Snow sent out a tweet saying that Lyle had committed, but then quickly reneged and deleted it. Lyle also...Continue reading »

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 »