The latest College Football Playoff rankings were just announced, and Louisville is currently 5th. Here is the rest of the top six…
Freshman V.J. King scored 17 points in 17 minutes on Monday night and Deng Adel added a career high 16 points to help the Cards beat William & Mary 91-58. Here is what they had to say afterwards.
Rick Pitino spoke to the media after last night’s win over William & Mary. Here is the transcript of what he had to say as well as the video.
V.J. King led the Cards with 17 points as Louisville cruised to a 91-58 victory on Monday night. Here are the highlights.
The Cards have climbed up a spot to #12 in this week’s college basketball AP Poll. Don’t pay attention to the records. I am pretty sure everyone is not 1-1 at this point.
Louisville returns to the basketball court this evening to take on William & Mary. Yes, both of them. The game is set for 7:00 at the KFC Yum! Center. If you won’t be attending, here is where you can watch and/or listen to it.
Louisville opens up its basketball season tonight at 7:00 against Evansville. Here is how you can watch the game if you are not attending.
If the Cards beat Evansville tonight, it will be their 100th victory in the KFC Yum! Center. Here is a quick video showcasing some of the bigger wins in the building’s short history. What is your favorite?
Three of the four members of Louisville’s 2017 class are officially signed. Darius Perry, Lance Thomas, and Malik Williams are all signed, sealed, and delivered. The last player is Jordan Nwora, who will sign later in the week. Rick Pitino released comments on each player.
Four-star power forward Malik Williams (Fort Wayne, IN) has officially signed to play basketball for the Louisville Cardinals. He is listed anywhere from 6’10 to 7’0 and is rated as high as the 21st overall player in the country (Scout). His lowest ranking comes from ESPN, where he is 41st. Still good!