Found December 23, 2011 on The Cardinal Connect:
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With the recent offensive woes the University of Louisville basketball team has suffered, it kind of makes you wonder, “What’s missing”?  I’ll tell you what’s missing, a man named Preston Knowles.  Throughout his tenure with the Cardinals, Preston may very well turn out to be one of the most under appreciated to lace them up in recent years.  Now, let me qualify that statement a bit.  There is no question that “PK” was a crowd favorite and was very beloved as he emerged into a very strong, vocal senior leader for the program.  His game and it’s importance however, I think many took for granted.  While several members of the team had the ability to create their own shot, Knowles was the only one to do it consistently.  Preston’s energy and aggressiveness both on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball was unrivaled by anyone I have seen on Denny Crum Court in quite some time.  Here are a few things that may help prove my point. Preston lead the team in scoring 14 of the 34 gam
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