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5* Small Forward Ray Smith Names His Top 10


Ray Smith

Photo: 247sports.com

On Tuesday night, 5-star (rated by 247sports) small forward Ray Smith tweeted out his top 10 list of schools. The class of 2015 prospect is listed at 6’7 and 185 lbs and is from Las Vegas, Nevada. As a junior at Las Vegas High School, he averaged 24.7 points, 6 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game.

If you aren’t familiar with logos, you have Arizona State, Oregon, Wake Forest, Texas, USC, UCLA, Louisville, Arizona, Georgetown, and California.

The major recruiting sites have Smith as a top 10 small forward in the country for the class of 2015. I am not sure if/when he will narrow his list more, but that is one that we will keep an eye on for sure.

 

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Big East Championship: This is it!


Big East Basketball Tournament - Second Round - St John's v Villanova

By Justin Renck:

The Louisville Cardinals are heading to the ACC soon. That is great for football, we all know that. It is even great for some of our other sports. For basketball, it means we get to play Duke and North Carolina every year, and of course Syracuse, Notre Dame, and Pittsburgh as well. So basketball will be very exciting as well. However, let’s enjoy tonight. In fact, let’s enjoy this whole day while the anticipation builds up. Our team is playing in a very special game tonight, and I am not sure we really know how big it is right now. It may take some time and we will look back and say “Wow, we were apart of that final Big East Tournament game.”

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Louisville vs Georgetown: Comparing the stats


By Justin Renck:

#5 Louisville (16-3, 4-2) @ Georgetown (13-4, 3-3)

Cardinal Head          Georgetown

12:00 ESPN

Verizon Center  

Washington D.C.

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Pitino press conference notes 1/25/13


Pitino

By Justin Renck:

Here are some key notes from Coach Pitino’s press conference on Friday afternoon. The Cards will hit the road and take on Georgetown Saturday at 12:00. The game will be shown on ESPN.

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