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Michal Cekovsky Is A Prospect Who Could Fill Louisvilleā€™s 2014-15 Roster

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Michal Cekovsky Is A Prospect Who Could Fill Lousville’s 2014-15 RosterAs Louisville’s 2013-14 season ended Friday night in an epic battle against Kentucky the questions now turn to next season. It was announced Saturday afternoon that Kevin Ware will be transferring, which leaves another scholarship open for the 2014-15 roster. It will be a completely different team for Pitino and the Cards as they head […]

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Louisville Showing Interest In Temple Transfer Anthony Lee

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leeTemple power forward Anthony Lee has one more year of eligibility which he is planning on spending elsewhere. The 6’9″, 230 lbs. Lee averaged 13.6 points and 8.6 rebounds per games this past season. He is graduating from Temple in May. Lee was red-shirted his freshman year after a back injury. He was the 38th-best  […]

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Louisville vs. Temple Preview and Predictions

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templeUpdated Thursday at 9pm. Due to weather the game was moved to 6pm on Friday. Game will be shown on ESPN2. The blog below was fist posted on Wednesday.   The Louisville Cardinals will make their way back onto the court Thursday night on ESPN against the Temple Owls after having eight days off. Temple […]

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