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Rick Pitino is the man — not only did the Louisville head basketball coach, you know, win a national championship this year, but he’s also having an incredible off-season. First, he had his horse race in the Kentucky Derby, then he caught an 80-pound Marlin in the Bahamas, and then Maker’s Mark created a commemorative bottle that features a nice picture of his face. What could be better? Oh — meeting Pitbull. We already knew that Rick was a fan of Pitbull — his son Rick Jr. got him Pitbull’s autograph when he won his 300th game at Louisville. Well, apparently the two famous figures had a chance to meet up in Miami — and they got to hold hands too. Check out this picture: Coach P finally got to meet @PitBull #NationalChamps #Miami #Louisville RT pic.twitter.com/4GihDlraWf — Joey Wagner (@JoeyJWagner) June 19, 2013 They both look like they really enjoyed themselves. All I’m wondering is this: what could possibly come next for the Hall of Famer?
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Kelly Oubre, a 6-foot-6, 190-pound, forward from Sugar Land, TX, had a coming out party last weekend at the NBPA Top 100 Camp in Virginia. Oubre isn’t a name we’ve heard much about in regards to Louisville’s top targets in the 2014 class, but that will soon change.
The Texas native told the media over the weekend that Louisville and Kansas are pursuing him the hardest and...
Rick Pitino was a very happy man on Tuesday evening. Pitino and his son Ryan were in Los Angeles on Tuesday night for a Pitbull concert at the Hollywood Bowl. He was even lucky enough to sneak backstage after the show and meet Pitbull in person.
If you don’t understand the significance of this, Pitino made it very clear at the 2012 Louisville basketball tip-off luncheon that Pitbull...
University of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino will be in Omaha, Neb., on Monday to watch the Cardinals’ baseball team in the College World Series. Before leaving on Monday morning, Pitino spoke with Cardinal Authority for a one-on-one interview talking about all things U of L basketball.
Elbert Robinson, a 6-foot-10, 265-pound, prospect from Garland, TX., is one of the very few big men in the 2014 class that is being actively pursued by Rick Pitino and his staff.
Robinson has always been considered to be one of the top ten centers in the 2014 class, but that was mostly based on his massive size and potential.
At the NBAPA top 100 camp last week Robinson showed that...
Stephen Zimmerman, a 6-foot-11, center from Las Vegas, NV., has recently become one of the most talked about recruits in the country. Zimmerman is considered to be one of the top overall players in the 2015 class and the top center prospect.
Rick Pitino and his staff are the latest high level program to get involved with Zimmerman. The Las Vegas native was contacted by the Louisville...
Louisville commit Shaqquan Aaron was one of the more impressive players at the NBPA Top 100 camp last week in Charlottesville, VA. His versatility and play making ability drew rave reviews and earned him a big climb in the 247 Sports Top 100 rankings. Aaron is now rated 14th best player in the 2014 class.
IAElites.com put together a solid mixtape with highlights from Aaron’s performance...