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The Breakdown – North Carolina Edition Getting to Know the Tar Heels: Head Coach: Roy Williams Record: 20-7 (9-5) National Rank: 14th The Tar Heels...Continue reading »

The Breakdown – Florida State Edition Getting to Know the Seminoles: Head Coach: Leonard Hamilton Record: 12-3 (1-2) National Rank: 24th The Seminoles...Continue reading »

Deng Adel lands a thunder dunk against Michigan’s D.J. Wilson. (Courtesy SB Nation) I would like to say I was surprised by Louisville’s 73-69 loss...Continue reading »

Per the Courier Journal’s Jeff Greer, the NCAA is expected, on Friday, to file its reply to the University of Louisville’s response to the NCAA’s...Continue reading »

On Thursday afternoon at 2:00 in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, the Louisville Cardinals (24-7, #8 AP) will play either Clemson, North Carolina State or...Continue reading »

The Breakdown – Georgia Tech Edition Getting to know the Yellow Jackets: Head Coach: Josh Pastner Record: 9-6 (1-1) National Rank: N/A   Georgia...Continue reading »

(Photo – Scott Bruhn, Nebraska Communications)   Louisville coach Rick Pitino has stated repeatedly this summer how much he loves his 2016-17...Continue reading »

The Breakdown – Duke Edition   Getting to know The Blue Devils: Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski Record: 20-6 (9-4)     The Front Court: Graduate...Continue reading »

Photo – AP According to ESPN’s College Basketball Nation blog, Louisville hoops Coach Rick Pitino is the best dressed among those in his profession. If college basketball dished out a fashion award, it would be called the Rick Pitino “Do You See This Suit?” Trophy. His $3,000 Italian ensembles are unrivaled in the game. He has a fashion sense that demands...Continue reading »

The college hoops season officially tips off 4 weeks from today. The Armed Forces Classic game, which will be played on Nov. 14 at U.S. Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, will feature Louisville coach Rick Pitino against his son, Richard, who is in his second season as head coach at Minnesota. The Cards enter the season with lofty expectations. The USA...Continue reading »

photo –   Montrezl Harrell was a man among boys at the U.S. U19 games. His motor never stops and he continues to work hard. Despite all the hardware he’s won throughout his career, Harrell is not satisfied and is ready for more. Also interesting to see Kevin Durant clapping his hands at the 1:41 mark after Harrell got his own miss and dunked...Continue reading »

Trey Lyles, a 6’10” senior-to-be at Tech High School in Indianapolis, has said he wants to commit next spring during the late signing period. However, according to Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star, Lyles plans to end the process before the early signing period in November. Lyles, a former AAU teammate and close friend of Louisville commit Jaquan Lyle,...Continue reading »

Photo –   Louisville sophomore forward Montrezl Harrell has been tearing it up on the hardwood for the USA U19 National team over the past two weeks. Harrell has been a beast scoring, blocking shots, and rebounding the basketball whenever he steps on the court. Friday versus the Canadian National Team, Harrell posterized Team Canada with a dunk over...Continue reading »