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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 – zimbio.com   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 – Zimbio.com   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 »

Photo – 247 Sports Myles Turner, a 6’11 center from Dallas, has trimmed his list to 26 and the Louisville Cardinals made the cut. This won’t be the last time Turner cuts his list, however, as the Texas big man plans to cut it again by month’s end. Here’s the excerpt and you can read the entire thing right here. As reported here earlier this...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 »

  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 »

Just by watching this past year’s 25-10 Cardinals basketball team, one can tell it was much improved from the 20-13 squad the previous year.  However, once you go inside the numbers of three major contributors from this year’s team: Kuric, Chris Smith, and Siva, it is easy to tell that their improvement and growth made the difference in the 2010-11 team’s...Continue reading »