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2019 Schedule
13-5, 4th in ACC

Louisville holds off Boston College 80-70

Jordan Nwora scored 18 of his career-high 32 points before the break before adding five points late that helped Louisville hold off Boston College 80-70 on Wednesday night.

Louisville dominates North Carolina 83-62 (1:33)
Enoch flushes the alley-oop off the offensive rebound (0:26)
Nwora drains 3-pointer for Louisville (0:22)
Enoch throws down huge dunk (0:19)
Seventh Woods somehow finishes through contact (0:30)
Washington hits Johnson for emphatic slam (0:24)
Nwora slams home monster dunk at buzzer (0:25)
Enoch skies for sweet finish (0:23)
Kentucky's hustle leads to open 3-pointer (0:31)
Washington throws down vicious alley-oop slam (0:15)
Travis rises for nice two-handed slam (0:16)

Pitino reminded of Kentucky after Euro debut win

Rick Pitino compared the atmosphere at Panathinaikos to that of his old Kentucky home after he won his EuroLeague debut as coach of the Greek club on Friday, 96-84 over CSKA Moscow.

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26dJeff Borzello

Mack's priority: family, then fixing Louisville

The Cardinals' win over Michigan State cemented the program as Chris Mack's -- but the family man says there's still some ways to go in changing that Louisville culture.

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34dAdrian Wojnarowski

Pitino agrees to coach Greek EuroLeague power

Rick Pitino, whose goal remains to coach again in the NBA after being fired at Louisville, has agreed to take over EuroLeague power Panathinaikos for the rest of the season.

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49dMyron Medcalf

What's real and what's fake one month in

Just a month into the season and there are a lot of questions to ask: Is Duke really legit? Has Chris Mack saved Louisville? Can anyone challenge KU in the Big 12?

Louisville's McMahon buries dagger 3 (0:16)
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56dJeff Borzello

Cards' Mack gets early signature win over MSU

After an overtime loss four days earlier, first-year Louisville coach Chris Mack reminded his team what it needed to do in overtime against Michigan State on Tuesday. The Cardinals responded and knocked off the No. 9 Spartans 82-78.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville knocks off Michigan State in overtime. Cardinals punched the Spartans in the mouth early and kept them on their heels. Ryan McMahon (24 points) was huge for Louisville, especially from the free-throw line in overtime. Impressive statement from Chris Mack's team.

Nwora 3-pointer puts Louisville up two in OT (0:18)
Michigan State-Louisville heads to OT after ugly sequence (0:32)
Loyer drives baseline for Michigan State bucket (0:24)
Louisville's Sutton sinks 3-ball from NBA range (0:19)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville punched Michigan State in the mouth early in the game, and the Cardinals have been able to keep the Spartans at bay. Michigan State getting nothing going offensively until late in the first half, started getting paint touches. Louisville locked in defensively.

Team Stats

Points Per Game79.9
Rebounds Per Game38.7
Assists Per Game14.1
Points Allowed68.8Tied-112th

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Tournament History

Final Fours10
Tournament Record76-43
Championship Seasons1980, 1986, 2013
Tournament Appearances42