Fans got their first opportunity to see the new look Cards during Sunday’s Red-White scrimmage. The White team ended up winning 55-41 thanks to a strong performance by Jordan Nwora. Nwora scored 18 and grabbed 11 rebounds. The Red team was led by Christen Cunningham, who debuted with 15 points on 6 of 7 shooting….
On Friday Louisville Men’s Basketball held their annual media day. This was an opportunity for the local media to meet and interview the coaches and players. Here are a few of the sights from the 2018-19 Media Day.
Kylee had a productive year in 2017-18 as she played in 37 games, averaging 5 points and 4 rebounds. She is a weapon from outside, as she shot close to 40% from 3 last year and she creates a match up problem against opposing post players. Look for big things from her next season as…
Jordan Nwora enters his sophomore season with high expectations. His production as a freshman was solid, averaging 5 points, 2 rebounds and 43%(!) from 3. His recent play for team Nigeria in the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers has garnered some significant buzz. His scoring ability will be valuable as his minutes increase next season.
As a freshman Dana appeared in all 37 games and was named to the ACC All-Freshman team. She also led all ACC freshman with 3.7 assists per game. She will be an important spark off of the bench as the team chases a national championship.
Malik Williams enters his sophomore season at Louisville with big shoes to fill. He started 12 games last year as a freshman, but with the departure of Spalding and Mahmoud, Williams’ role will be increased. We saw flashes of his 3 point shooting abilities in limited minutes last year and he could be a dangerous…
Jazmine saw her role increase significantly last season, as she ended up starting all 37 games. She averaged 9 points a game on 51% shooting and a positive assist to turnover rate. Her contributions will be key in the pursuit of a national championship next season.
Darius Perry will enter his second year at Louisville after playing in 36 games as a freshman. He shot 84% from the free throw line and ended the year averaging more assists than turnovers. Darius will be a very important piece of the rotation as a sophomore and will undoubtedly fight for a starting role.
Arica Carter was a steadying force for a run to the Final Four last season. In the 2017-18 season she started all 36 games, shot 40% from 3, and had a 2-to-1 assist to turnover ratio. Next season, her senior year, she will be relied on to take care of the ball and get the…
McMahon sat out the beginning of the 17-18 season due to injury. He finished the season appearing in 29 games, shooting 84% from the free throw line, and 40% from 3. He will look to have an increased impact this year with the departure of Quentin Snider.
Asia enters her senior year as one of the best players in the country. Last year’s ACC player of the year will break into the 2,000 point club this season. In the 17-18 season she averaged almost 19 a game, while shooting 40% from 3 and 80 percent from the free throw line. She will…
Sam Fuerhing was one of the most important players on this year’s Final Four team. She is the toughest player on the court and she is expected to have a big year in her senior season.
Dwayne Sutton had a solid year in his first season with the Cardinals. He broke into the starting lineup a few times and was the guy that did everything. His role will surely be increased next season with the departure of several players. (Click more for gallery)
Below is a photographic recap of VJ King’s 2017-18 season. VJ started the majority of games for Louisville, but he will be relied upon more in the upcoming season due to the departure of Deng Adel and Quentin Snider. (Click more for the gallery)
Anas Mahmoud finished his career at the University of Louisville with over 500 points, 400 rebounds and 200 blocks. Anas was one of the most interesting people on the team for the past four years and he leaves as one of the top shot blockers in the country. Here is a photographic recap of his…
With Deng Adel keeping his name in the NBA draft, he will finish his Louisville career with just under 1000 points, 400 rebounds and 200 assists. Deng leaves as the leading scorer from this year’s team and a key contributor for 2 of his 3 years. Thank you Deng!
Myisha Hines-Allen has completed her basketball career at the University of Louisville. She finishes with over 1,900 points, 43 double-doubles and 124 career starts. She was selected 19th overall in this year’s WNBA draft by the Washington Mystics. Thank you Myisha! (Click on more for gallery)
With Ray Spalding entering his name into this year’s NBA draft, he finishes his Louisville career with over 800 points, 600 rebounds and shooting 55% from the field. The Trinity High School product started 48 games for his hometown school. Thank you Ray! (Click on more for gallery)
Quentin Snider leaves the University of Louisville as a 1000 point scorer, having over 400 assists and starting 97 games for his hometown school. Q represented himself and the university better than anyone could have asked. Here is a photographic recap of his final year at Louisville. Thank you Q!
The Louisville women’s basketball team dominated in Lexington this weekend and moved on to the Final Four in Columbus, OH. Louisville beat Oregon St. 76-43 in the Elite Eight with a performance that looked like they were ready to compete for a championship. Check out the full recap: Louisville’s Quickness Stuns Oregon State, Cardinals Head To…