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Topic - Luke Hancock
Russ Smith really didn't care about being top scorer in his home finale with Louisville because passing to open teammates was the better choice.
Louisville's four seniors will always be remembered for their roles in helping win last year's NCAA championship.
Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown was in no mood to talk about what No. 18 SMU has accomplished this season.
Wichita State will carry its pursuit of perfection into the Missouri Valley tournament.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino says his seventh-ranked Cardinals didn't show the maturity of a defending national champion.
The Memphis Tigers found a way to quiet a bunch of hometown critics with coach Josh Pastner's biggest win yet. Rick Pitino and his seventh-ranked Louisville Cardinals are kicking themselves for blowing a game they thought they had won.
Missing two players with foul trouble didn't concern Louisville because other talented teammates were ready and able to fill the void in their absences.
Louisville turned all those open looks on the perimeter into a 3-point shooting clinic that even included a little-used freshman.
Referees looked at the replay shortly after Chris Jones hit what appeared to be Louisville's third straight 3-pointer to start the game and ruled that his foot was on the line.
Rick Pitino empathizes with Temple coach Fran Dunphy.
Houston couldn't overcome an early cold shooting stretch against Louisville.
Trailing by 17 points in the second half, No. 12 Louisville played one of its best stretches of the season to retake the lead against No. 13 Cincinnati.
Sean Kilpatrick has been Cincinnati's driving force all season, thanks largely to being almost automatic from the foul line.
Louisville's four-game winning streak is a good sign that things are falling into place for the Cardinals.
Russ Smith got poked in the eye and teammate Montrezl Harrell took a blow to the chin, opening a cut.
"It's great that people kind of remember us," Hancock said, "but the story's not done yet."
"I'm a pretty lucky guy," said Hancock, Louisville's third-leading scorer at 11.8 points per game. "During my redshirt year we go to the Final Four and experience all that, and then last year we win it all. You couldn't write it up any better than that."