Found December 17, 2011 on Basketball Predictions:
#4 Louisville 95, Memphis 87This game was played at a frenetic pace, with plenty of steals, layups and dunks. Both teams were poor at half court offense, but both were lethal in transition. It was the type of sloppy game that often makes your cringe, but still provides loads of entertainment value. This game had a mind-boggling 23 steals, 17 blocks and 83 free throw attempts. If there was a difference between these two teams it was the Louisville depth. The Cardinals had seven different players in double-digits. Memphis, instead, was reliant on Will Barton and Joe Jackson creating all of their offense. Will Barton was the best player on the floor, but he didn't get enough help. The Memphis front court is just an offensive black hole this season, and that could be trouble as Conference USA teams adapt to them throughout the season.Louisville rolls to 10-0 now with wins over Vanderbilt, Memphis and Long Beach State. Their final difficult game before beginning Big East pla...
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