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Kevin Ware’s time at Louisville is over. Jeff Goodman of ESPN is reporting that Ware will finish career somewhere else, and will transfer from Louisville. Kevin Ware told ESPN he will transfer from Louisville: http://t.co/MIGrfbumsJ — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 29, 2014 Ware, who gained national attention nearly a year ago to the day when he suffered a gruesome broken leg in a win over Duke in the Elite Eight, told ESPN that he will transfer to another school to finish his career. Ware averaged just 1.7 points in nine games before suffering an injury to the same right leg in a game against Missouri State on Dec. 17.
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Less than 24 hours after the Louisville Cardinals were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament by the Kentucky Wildcats, the Cardinals were making national news again, this time, because of a decision by a player to leave the program.One year after gruesomely breaking his leg in the NCAA Tournament, Louisville guard Kevin Ware made it known that he was going to transfer away from Louisville...
Kevin Ware will transfer from the University of Louisville to finish his college basketball career at another school.
"We wish Kevin Godspeed," Rick Pitino said.
Ware gained national attention last season after suffering a gruesome broken leg in the Elite Eight.
Ware averaged 1.7 points in nine games this season and sustained an injury to the same leg.
Ware hopes to transfer...
Junior guard Kevin Ware will not finish his college career with the Louisville Cardinals. The news broke Saturday afternoon, and the immediate understanding for the transfer was to find a school closer to family in Georgia. Ware spent his last 3 years of college with […]
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Kentucky vs. Louisville has been everything we hoped for so far in the first half – well, at least it’s what Cardinals fans were hoping for. Louisville has built a sizable lead in the first half behind impressive shooting and intense defense – along with one big-time dunk. Cardinals senior Russ Smith absolutely unloaded on a drive and slammed the ball home over Julius Randle...
It’s the end of an era for the Louisville Cardinals (via bustingbrackets)
The Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end in the Sweet Sixteen and when the final buzzer sounded, five players had played their last game in Cardinal red.
Seniors Russ Smith, Luke Hancock, Stephan Van Treese and Tim Henderson are the winningest class in the history of...
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As expected, Rick Pitino wasn’t very happy following Friday night’s season ending loss to Kentucky. This was the first defeat Pitino has taken in the Sweet 16. Despite the disappointing loss, Coach Pitino mentioned the special three year run that the Cards had. Here is a transcript of his post game press conference, courtesy of ASAP Sports.
Earlier tonight, we wrote that it would be hard for Kentucky-Louisville to surpass Michigan-Tennessee. We were wrong, it may have done just that. After jumping out to a double-digit lead early in the game, the two archrivals fell into a second half slug fest that saw Louisville forwards Montrezl Harrell and Stephan Van Treese foul out down the stretch.
With six seconds left and...
Tim Easley – Associated Press
Unfortunately Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals season came to an end on Friday night, but Jeff Walz and the Lady Cards are still dancing. Louisville knocked off LSU 73-47 in the Sweet 16 on Sunday afternoon to advance to the Elite 8.
LSU was the No. 7 seed in the Louisville region and advanced to the Sweet 16 after upsetting No. 2 seed West...
Louisville Cardinals senior Russ Smith was reflecting on his college career when a cameraman lost his balance in the locker room. Smith saved said cameraman from falling flat on his face and even helped him up.
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Louisville’s 74-69 loss to Kentucky in this Sweet 16 game will be remembered by Cardinal fans as one the UofL could have easily won. The Cards just wouldn’t let the Cats go away, and in the end probably beat themselves.
Kentucky earned the win, no doubt, by hanging around, allowing UofL to make mistakes and miss free throws while making the shots they had to make against probably...
COACH CALIPARI: Another great basketball game. Proud of my kids. Told them before the game, you’ll get punched in the mouth and you’re going to taste blood. You’re going to fight or brace yourself for the next shot. They fought. They never stopped playing. Big plays.
I will say this because he’s not up here, Alex Poythress won the game for us. We were begging him the whole...
INDIANAPOLIS – University of Louisville senior All-American Russ Smith earned another honor this week, but he’s focused on helping his team win. Smith updates us on his health and his feelings as the Cardinals head into Friday’s game with Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16.
David Phillip – AP
Well, that really sucked. I apologize for the delay, but I was in no shape to write about what happened last night immediately following the game. I try as best I can to be objective as possible, but at times there are things that occur that make me realize that I’m a fan first. Last night’s loss was without a doubt the toughest to take since The Cardinal...
Russ Smith played the role of rally killer early against Kentucky with a ridiculous dunk over Wildcats star freshman Julius Randle.Louisville pulled...