Russ Smith made the Wooden Award All-American team and the AP All-American first team Monday. The Louisville great got 54 votes for the AP team.
According to GoCards.com, Smith along with coach Rick Pitino are invited to Los Angeles for the Wooden Award Gala on April 10-12. That could be the greatest trip ever. That could be a movie or an SNL act.
Smith averaged more than 18 points, 4.6 assists and two steals per game his senior season. He helped take Louisville to two Final Fours, won a National Championship, three conference titles and a Sweet 16. That is amazing career.
2013-14 John R. Wooden Award®
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2013-14 All American Team
|Cleanthony Early||6-8||Sr.||F||Wichita State||Missouri Valley|
|Sean Kilpatrick||6-4||Sr.||G||Cincinnati||The American|
|Doug McDermott*#||6-8||Sr.||F||Creighton||Big East|
|Shabazz Napier||6-1||Sr.||G||Connecticut||The American|
|Russ Smith||6-0||Sr.||G||Louisville||The American|
|Nik Stauskas||6-6||So.||G||Michigan||Big Te|
AP All-American Team
- Doug McDermott, Creighton
- Shabazz Napier, UConn
- Russ Smith, Louisville
- Sean Kilpatrick, Cincinnati
- Jabari Parker, Duke
- Nick Johnson, Arizona
- Nik Stauskas, Michigan
- T.J. Warren, N.C. State
- Andrew Wiggins, Kansas
- Melvin Ejim, Iowa State
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