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Peyton Siva (Louisville)/ Marquis Teague (Kentucky) – Siva is playing the best basketball of his career right now. He is playing like a true point guard. In the tournament Siva is averaging 9 points and 7 assists. He is the leader in assists in the tournament. His only problem is he has fouled out of 2 games. Teague struggled early in the season but now he has grown up and he isn’t playing like a freshman anymore. In the tournament he is averaging 14.5 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3 rebounds. If Teague is playing his best the Wildcats might be unbeatable. If this where earlier in the season I would give the edge to Teague but the way Siva is playing now he gets the slight edge in this matchup. Teague was just 1 of 8 from the floor and had 4 turnovers in the first match with Louisville. EDGE- Louisville
Doron Lamb (Kentucky)/ Chris Smith (Louisville) – Lamb is the best shooter left in the tournament. Lamb has turned his game up another notch in th...
BEST OF MAXIM
Peyton Siva grew up in Seattle, Wash., more than 2,000 miles from the crazed basketball passion that occupies the state of Kentucky. Until he played in the 2009 Derby Festival Classic All-Star game in Louisville's Freedom Hall, he had no clue regarding the extreme commitment that separates Louisville fans from Kentucky fans.
"Just seeing half (the crowd) red and half of...
IT TAKES TWO
Kentucky vs Louisville. With all of Twitter talking about how a lob could be too high for Davis (from the previous possession), this happened:
Louisville's Peyton Siva, Chris Smith, Chane Behanan, Kyle Kuric and Gorgui Dieng met with the media in New Orleans Thursday to discuss Saturday's Final Four match up against Kentucky.
Sometimes the better teams and the better players are just better. That was the case tonight as Anthony Davis and Kentucky were able to knock off Louisville 69-62. Kentucky moves on to the National Title game for the first time since winning it in 1998. For Davis, he played like the Wooden Award winner he is, scoring 18 points and grabbing 14 boards to go along with his 5 blocks...
For the past couple of weeks, we have had different people give their opinion on just how good the Kentucky Wildcats basketball team is. They are wonderfully talented, and seem to be in control of their own destiny heading into the Final Four this Saturday after only losing 2 games this season. Anthony Davis seems to be the surefire #1 pick in this years draft, while Michael Kidd...