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Russ Smith Signs With New Team

Russ Smith

Jeff Greer, from the Courier-Journal, spoke with big Russ and confirmed that his son has signed a new deal with a team in China.

“Smith, the 6-foot guard who averaged 61.2 points per game last season in China’s second-tier league, signed a one-year deal with the Fujian Sturgeons, who play in the top-flight Chinese Basketball Association.”

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Louisville Appeals Part Of NCAA Ruling


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The University of Louisville has until August 9th to file its written response to the NCAA Infractions Committee. Louisville will do so and will appeal the financial penalty and the vacation of records ordered in June by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions. “U of L also told the NCAA that it wished to have the organization’s Infractions Appeals Committee hold an in-person hearing instead of basing the appeal only on written correspondence.” – Per the Courier-Journal.

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Post Game Videos From Damion & Trey

Damion Lee Trey Lewis


Here are the links to the post game videos from Damion Lee & Trey Lewis. It is from the Courier-Journal. You guys will surely be missed and we thank you for helping us through this season. You guys are both class acts! Please enjoy!
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James Burgess: NFL Combine

Photo: Tim Haag/

Photo: Tim Haag/


Great story I read yesterday from Steve Jones from the Courier Journal. I felt it was my obligation to pass it along. Enjoy!


No combine invite, but Burgess training hard Steve Jones, @stevejones_cj


Louisville All-ACC linebacker James Burgess said he was shocked to learn this month that he’d not been invited to this week’s NFL draft scouting combine. But he’s eager to try to prove his professional potential in other ways.


“That came from left field. I don’t know where that came from,” Burgess said of not making the combine. “But I don’t make the list. All I can do is put up good numbers at my pro day. Hopefully a lot of scouts come there and see what I’m capable of doing. I didn’t see (the lack of a combine invitation) coming at all, but you can’t do anything about it. You can’t pout about it.”

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Montrezl Harrell Q&A at NBA Draft Combine

Photo: Tim Haag/

Photo: Tim Haag/

Former Louisville Cardinal Montrezl Harrell met with some media members on Friday in Chicago while at the NBA Draft Combine. Jeff Greer of the Courier-Journal has transcribed his interview, and you can check that out right here. This is about half of it, there will be a link at the bottom to read the rest of it.

How’s the draft process going so far?

It’s been a pretty smooth process. It’s definitely been a tough grind, switching from the college game to getting more prepared for the NBA, but it’s definitely been a smooth process.

What part of your game translates the easiest to the NBA?

Rebounding, playing with high energy and a high motor all the time during the game. I definitely feel like I can carry that over to the NBA and be able to play like that for the full length of the game.

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55. Not just a random number to me. It’s a number that has followed me around my life. It was always my number in any sports I played. Whenever I create players on games they are always 55. It’s the number that comes after 54. One day I hope to live to see the age of 55. All valid points. Today I monitored twitter a little more than often and noticed that its getting as bad as Facebook there. So many things going down in one day. So many gripes, so many issues. So I decided to put down a list of 55 things I observed today. Here we go in no particular order.

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Video of DeJuan Wheat getting his jersey honored!

This video was taken by Eric Crawford of the Courier Journal on Sunday, February 26 at halftime of the UofL-Pittsburgh game.