The Louisville Men’s basketball team looked to continue their winning ways after beating Indiana last Saturday. On Monday night, they faced a Bryant team that came into the game with a 1-9 record. The Cards ended up dominating the game, which ended with a score of 102-59. The Cards dominated every facet of the game. They out-rebounded Bryant 46-29 and only allowed their opponent to shoot 34%, while shooting 56% themselves.
Three Louisville players led the team with 17 points. Anas Mahmoud, Deng Adel, and Quentin Snider all had 17 and Mahmoud chipped in 9 rebounds as well. Freshman Lance Thomas came in and gave the Cards a good spark in his 10 minutes. Thomas ended up scoring 10 points, along with 7 rebounds. Ray Spalding also had a good game with 11 points, including a beautiful alley-oop finish, and 9 rebounds.
The Cards are back in action this Saturday at Noon against Memphis in New York City.