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Card Chronicle Jan 27, 2018
Hot shooting guides Louisville to 96-77 blowout of Wake Forest

Hot shooting guides Louisville to 96-77 blowout of Wake Forest

That was an enjoyable Saturday evening. Louisville shot 50.7 percent from the field on its way to a 96-77 romp over Wake Forest Saturday night at the KFC Yum Center. The 96 points were the second-most points scored by the Cards this season. Despite playing just 20 and 25 minutes, respectively, Quentin Snider and V.J. King led Louisville in scoring with 15 points apiece. Deng Adel added 14 points, and Dwayne Sutton came off the bench to chip in 13. No U of L player logged more than King’s 25 minutes, but seven scored nine points or more. Chaundee Brown’s 20 points led the way for Wake...
Card Chronicle Jan 24, 2018
Louisville blows golden opportunity in OT loss at Miami

Louisville blows golden opportunity in OT loss at Miami

Ouch. Missed free-throws and missed rebounds ultimately led to a missed opportunity for Louisville. The Cardinals Missed four free-throws and had four turnovers in the final 5:33 of action as they fell to Miami in overtime Wednesday night, 78-75. Even with all the mistakes, U of L had one final chance to win the game in the closing seconds, but Ryan McMahon’s three-pointer was blocked by the Hurricanes’ Lonnie Walker (would have been cool if his breakout game had come against someone else). After Ja’Quan Newton made one of two free-throws, Deng Adel’s desperation shot from just...
Card Chronicle Jan 21, 2018
Big second half carries Louisville to 77-69 win over Boston College

Big second half carries Louisville to 77-69 win over Boston College

Four in a row. A big bench effort from Jordan Nwora and monster second halves from Deng Adel and V.J. King carried Louisville to a 77-69 win over Boston College Sunday afternoon at the KFC Yum Center. The win moves the Cardinals to 5-1 in the ACC, matching the program’s best conference start since joining the league in 2014-15. After carrying a 31-29 lead into the break at halftime, U of L spent much of the second half looking like it would roll easily to its fifth conference win. The Cardinals led by 18 points with just 2:47 to play before a remarkable flurry by Boston College — and...

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