Category Archives: Basketball
Here is the brutal 2016-17 Men’s Basketball Schedule just tweeted out by Kenny Klein:
Sports illustrated released it’s breakout Sophomore list for the upcoming college basketball season. Even though Luke Winn called Louisville “Sophomore Breakout U” there is only one Cardinal on this list of five breakout players. Luke explains that there is a reason why some players didn’t make the list. The Breakout Sophomore Formula—now in its eighth season on SI.com!—identifies scoring potential in players who didn’t put up significant points as freshmen, yet had promising advanced-statistical profiles. The formula strives to avoid too-obvious selections, and therefore its 2016–17 picks are restricted to players that averaged single-digit points last season and played not much more than 20 minutes per game. Check out the full article below to see who made the list. Read the rest of this entry
The news was just reported by our guy Jeff Greer:
And Steve’s reaction:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Tickets to the University of Louisville’s Dec. 31 men’s basketball game against Indiana at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. will go on sale beginning Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 9 a.m.
Post-season ban to post-season champs for UofL? Andy Katz thinks it’s a possibility. Andy talks about it in this video update comparing the Cards to Syracuse of last year. I do not disagree. The Cards are ready to contend for the title this year. Enjoy! (Click on more below for story)
In continuance of Preston Knowles appreciation weekend (just made that up) I wanted to share with you a video that was posted this morning. I hope you enjoy.
Also if you’re craving more Preston Knowles then check out his appearance on the CardinalSportsZone show from Saturday. We had a blast with him before during and after the show. Very blessed to call him a friend. One of the most real people you will ever meet. You can also follow him on Twitter at @PKAllDay365.
Here is the tweet-cap on the resignation of President Ramsey:
“The Rockets reached agreement with second-round pick Chinanu Onuaku on a three-year, fully guaranteed deal, using their remaining cap space to come to terms on the kind of contract they hope will provide time to develop the 19-year-old center.” – Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle
Here are the details, Read the rest of this entry
I have made no secret about the fact that I survived a brain tumor. I openly share my story in hopes that it can help somebody going through the same thing or that it might give hope to someones family.