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Rick Pitino On Mike and Mike Radio Show

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mikeHere is the complete interview with Rick Pitino on ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike Tuesday morning. Pitino talked about the last game with Kentucky on Friday, Billy Donovan and even the issue with Steve Masiello. Pitino loves him some basketball and loves to talk about it even more.   Comment your thoughts below.

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Rick Pitino’s Post-Season Press Conference (Video)

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Rick Pitino’s Post-Season Press Conference (Video)Rick Pitino spoke with the media Monday after a very exciting season, although with a rough loss in the Sweet 16. Pitino talked about the season and about the future. He had a lot of nice things to say about Kentucky. He said he has laughed more the past three years than he ever has […]

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Michal Cekovsky Is A Prospect Who Could Fill Louisville’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 Cardinals’ 2014 Basketball Class At A Glance

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DSC_4224The Louisville Cardinals pick up what should be their last commit for the 2014 class Monday from Egyptian big man Anas Osama Mahmoud. With star players like Russ Smith and Luke Hancock, probably Montrezl Harrell as well, playing their last year with the Cards the incoming 2014 class is very important if Louisville wants to […]

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Rick Pitino Watching 2015 Top Center Stephen Zimmerman Monday

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Rick Pitino Presser After Losing To North CarolinaStephen Zimmerman, the top center in the 2015 class, was watched by Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino Monday, according to Premierball.com. Zimmerman plays for Bishop Gorman High in Las Vegas, NV.. Louisville Head Coach Rick Pitino here to watch 15′ 7’0 C Stephen Zimmerman. Bishop Gorman HS. (NV) #recruiting — PoP (@PremierBall) February 25, […]

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Shaqquan Aaron Named Seattle Metro League Player of the Year

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Shaqquan Aaron Named Seattle Metro League Player of the YearLouisville signee Shaqquan Aaron has been killing ir his senior season. Today he was named Metro League Player of the Year by the Seattle Times. Former UofL PG Peyton Siva won the same award his senior year.  Shaqquan Aaron is the Metro League Player of the Year — Josh Liebeskind (@jlieb24) February 13, 2014 Aaron […]

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Shaqquan Aaron Is Exactly What Louisville Will Need Next Season

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aaronThe 2013-14 season still has some great basketball to be played, but it is hard sometimes not to turn to the future sometimes when a future player, like Shaqquan Aaron, is doing big things. The Louisville Cardinals signee is averaging more than 21 points per game and has helped his team, Rainier Beach High, to […]

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