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It’s now or never for senior forward Wayne Blackshear. The former McDonald’s All American has had an up and down first three years with the program. Blackshear has had success during his career, but he’s struggled with consistency to say the least.
When the Chicago native committed to Louisville in Dec. of 2009, fans were ecstatic. Throughout his high...
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With the 2014-15 College Basketball season right around the corner, the folks at ESPN are ramping up their round ball coverage. The four letter network recently released their rankings for the top ten reserves in the country. They have Louisville freshman Shaqquan Aaron at No. 7.
7. Shaqquan Aaron, Louisville Cardinals
The fight for playing time in Louisville...
Rick Pitino is determined to bring out the best in Wayne Blackshear, declaring that the sole returning senior will be the captain of the 2014-15 University of Louisville basketball team.
That’s Pitino doing his motivational thing again, taking extraordinary measures to get into a young man’s head, adding the burden of leadership to a role player, calculating that Blackshear will...
Louisville forward Wayne Blackshear suffered a concussion and will not travel with the 14th-ranked Cardinals to Houston for Wednesday's game.
Blackshear, a 6-foot-5 junior, was slated to start in Louisville's reconfigured lineup featuring four wings and one big man, Montrezl Harrell.
Louisville (18-4, 7-2 in the American Athletic Conference) plays Houston at 9 p.m. Wednesday...
Wayne Blackshear scored 16 points to pace a balanced offense that carried No. 12 Louisville to an 86-47 rout of cold-shooting South Florida on Wednesday night.
Luke Hancock and Montrezl Harrell had 14 points apiece for the Cardinals (17-3, 6-1 American Athletic Conference), who shot 52.2 percent from beyond the 3-point arc and just under 51 percent overall.
South Florida (10-9...
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January 22, 2014
University of Louisville forward Wayne Blackshear started 34 games during the program's NCAA Championship winning run last season. The junior expects to fulfill a larger role as the Cardinals defend their title.
Wayne Blackshear missed one game and left another early because of a reoccurring shoulder injury. But the University of Louisville sophomore said after Sunday’s game that his shoulder is just fine, and his game is sure improving. Cardinal Authority has an update on Blackshear’s progress.
Wayne Blackshear, 6-foot-5, Guard, Soph.
2011-12 Season Review: Blackshear played in just 15 games last year, due to a shoulder injury that occurred a week before the season started. After recovering from shoulder surgery, he missed a few games because Pitino said he wasn’t in game playing shape yet. In the brief amount of action Blackshear saw last season, he had a lot of ups...
University of Louisville sophomore Wayne Blackshear, who missed most of last season because of shoulder injuries, is getting back to his old form. The former McDonald’s All-American had one of his best outings at U of L on Saturday in the Red-White scrimmage at the KFC Yum! Center.
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Louisville sophomore-to-be Wayne Blackshear has been listed by ESPN’s Eamonn Brennan as one of the ten potential breakout players for the 2012-13 season.
Wayne Blackshear, Louisville: Blackshear arrived at Louisville as a highly touted recruit, but was rarely heard from during his freshman season. His first year at school was derailed by injuries, though, as opposed to a lack of...