Rick Pitino was not mincing words when he said postgame: “We have a lot of weaknesses we need to work on.”
They were masked in the opening half against the Knights. The visitors from Norris Place seemed blinded by the lights and the big stage.
Early on, Louisville used its superior speed, height and talent to overwhelm Scotty Davenport’s team. The Knights were spooked into 3/16 shooting (18.8%), and 16 turnovers before halftime.
The Cards ran and shot before halftime. Especially hitting half their treys. 7/14.
After the break, U of L showed how young they are, how much this edition of the Cards is a work in progress with a new O and new D to learn and execute, and what happens when they lose focus. Continue reading Louisville CardFile: Bellarmine