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First off, congratulations to the Louisville men’s team for winning a very entertaining men’s championship game. I don’t watch much college basketball and I didn’t have high hopes for the championship either. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of hooping I watched on television and even found myself rooting a bit for the Cardinals [...]The post Peyton Siva, Jenna Shea And “Ho Bidness” appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Adult Star/Model Jenna Shae had more than congratulations for Louisville point guard Peyton Siva after his team’s National Championship victory. Shae decided to go on a massive twitter rant about Siva and post private text conversations they’ve had through Instagram and Twitter. Siva who is supposedly in a relationship according to Shea has contacted her multiple times...
Louisville's Peyton Siva's Dad Celebratory Punch [BroBible]
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Wooden Award winner Trey Burke hopped up to block a Peyton Siva dunk attempt, and as he put the star Louisville guard in his place, a whistle was blown.
Peyton Siva's dad fist pumping his face off in an airbrushed Louisville and Kevin Ware t-shirt at the national championship game? Game on.
For Louisville's first lead of the night.
Louisville's Peyton Siva and Montrezl Harrell capped off a wild first half at the NCAA title game with one of the biggest alley-oop dunks we have ever seen.
Despite Michigan’s early double digit lead, we all knew Louisville would eventually make a run (that’s what the Cardinals do). Just before halftime, the U of L went on a 16-5 spurt, punctuated by this alley oop from Peyton Siva to Montrezl Harrell.
Michigan leads by one at the half, 38-37.
Plenty of teams talk about how tight-knit they are, how the team matters more than any individual accomplishment.
Louisville has the national title to prove it.
Short-handed because of Kevin Ware's broken leg, facing yet another big deficit and with their biggest star, Russ Smith, having a rare off night, the Cardinals simply went to the next guys up.
Luke Hancock made four...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. The crowd inside Cluckers, a bar and restaurant in the heart of Cardinal Towne on the University of Louisville campus, wasnt waiting for the final seconds to tick off the clock in Monday nights NCAA championship game. It had begun its celebration even though 50.1 seconds remained and Louisvilles lead over Michigan was just four points, 78-74.
Well, not everyone...
Via: NCAA.com The Louisville Cardinals won their third NCAA men’s basketball championship, first since 1986, Monday night with a 82-76 victory over the Michigan Wolverines.
ATLANTA (AP) Their best player was struggling and one of their main backups was on the bench with a broken legs.
Louisville still had more than enough to win its third national title.
Luke Hancock made four straight 3-pointers in the first half, and Peyton Siva and Chane Behanan had monster second halves to lead the top-seeded Cardinals to their first national title since 1986...
Now that the national championship game is just a few days passed, it’s time to look back at some of the historical numbers from the game. Here are some outstanding performance, and other notes from Louisville’s win over Michigan.
- Luke Hancock was named the Final Four Most Outstanding Player. In the title game he was an impressive 5 for 5 from three. That’s the most makes...