Field Goal %
- MEM 50.9
- 39.1 LOU
Three Point %
- MEM 36.4
- 31.6 LOU
- MEM 15
- 14 LOU
- MEM 37
- 35 LOU
- Louisville, Kentucky 40299
- Line: LOU -11.5
0:00 - 2nd Half
End of Game
Memphis outscored Louisville by eight points in the paint Thursday, in what would turn out to be a six-point Tigers win. All 21 of Memphis' made field goals in the paint came within eight feet of the basket.
Louisville has been a completely different team this season against ranked and unranked teams. Each of the Cardinals' 3 losses are against ranked teams. In those games, they're scoring 14 fewer points and allowing about 21 more points per game. They've lost the rebounding battle in each of their 3 games against ranked teams.
Memphis is 2-2 vs ranked teams this season, after going 0-12 in its first 4 seasons under Josh Pastner.
Memphis' starters led the way Thursday in its win over 12th-ranked Louisville.
The last time Memphis won on the road against a team ranked in the top 12 was February 2005 against... Louisville.In fact, in the past 15 seasons, Memphis has 3 road wins against top-12 teams... All against Louisville.
Luke Hancock went 6-for-9 from the field in the first half; the rest of the Cardinals combined to shoot 7-for-27 in the first half.Hancock has 14 points at the break, two shy of his season high for a game.
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