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photo – @jlilly We will finally know what Russ will do this week.  He is scheduled to meet with Coach Pitino on Tuesday to figure out once and for all if he will be staying in Louisville for his senior year or if he will put his name into the NBA hat.  For Russ Smith, he really can’t make a bad decision.  This town adores him and nobody will be mad at him...Continue reading »

Dante Exum, a 6’6 guard out of Canberra, Australia, listed his leaders on Sunday at the Nike Hoops Summit. According to sources, Exum’s leaders are Indiana, Louisville, LSU, and St. Mary’s. NBA insider Chad Ford had good things to say about Exum’s draft potential down the road as well as Louisville’s chances to land him.   Exum is extremely...Continue reading »

Based on research from’s Eric Crawford, Louisville basketball registered big-time results when people nationwide wanted more information on the cards.  Check put his graphic he put together. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 7.0/10 (3 votes cast)...

photo – It’s always tough to gauge exactly what a player can do in an All-Star game setting, as defense oftentimes is an option rather than a must, but here is what you could take from last night’s contest. Anton Gill: (13 points and 4 rebounds)  Gill showed his ability to get to the rim and finish.  His 3-point shot wasn’t falling...Continue reading »

As the feeling of jubilation still runs high after seeing Louisville win its third National Championship and first in 27 years, 3 former Louisville stars will now try to help their NBA teams bring home a professional title. Earl Clark, Terrence Williams and Francisco Garcia were stars at Louisville but now use their talents as role players for the Los Angeles Lakers,...Continue reading »

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Photo – Sports Illustrated   After getting shafted by some All-American selection committees and generally not receiving much love from the national pundits when award season came rolling around, Russ Smith has finally received some vindication. Perhaps the most analytical, detailed and accurate college basketball site in the nation,, has named...Continue reading »

Without these two, there is no Nat’l Championship   It’s crazy how things in this world seem to happen for a reason. Life can be a vicious cycle, full of twists and turns that lead you in various directions, all seemingly for one tangible reason or another. Our journeys are often filled with the highest of highs only to be followed up the lowest of lows....Continue reading »

While UofL expects to add to their list of former players now hooping it up in the NBA after this year’s NBA Draft, Louisville has just 3 in the league currently.  Here’s how they are doing: Earl Clark (Lakers) Earl has cooled off from his recent hot play, but he is still continuing to play major minutes.  He will earn a nice contract for his play this year...Continue reading »

At the beginning of the season, Luke Hancock struggled to find his shot and his proper place with the team.  Against Missouri in November, he had a break-out game against the Tigers scoring 19 points, but then fell victim to inconsistency and poor shooting.  As the season wore on, he showed flashes of the player Pitino said he was the minute he stepped foot on campus...Continue reading »