Freshman Chane Behanan had 16 points and nine rebounds.
Solid performance as the Cards' backup point guard. He had initially joined UofL as a walk-on before a scholarship became available over the summer.
Had 33 assists with 14 turnovers for the season (2.36 ratio). He committed more than one turnover in a college game just twice. Had a string of 83 minutes of turnover free floor time broken with one against Marquette, his first turnover since Dec. 1 vs. FIU.
Had seven points, three rebounds and a season-high three steals against Morehead State in the NCAA
Tournament second round. It was the most he had scored in 25 games and his 23 minutes played was his second-most of the season.
Played 12 minutes against Marquette -- his most since Dec. 11 -- and contributed two assists during the Cards' 18-point comeback in the closing 5:44.
Scored a season high 12 points and grabbed six rebounds against Butler in his first game as a Cardinal.
Missed the Cardinals' games against Western Kentucky and Morgan State with a concussion, which he had suffered in the Gardner-Webb game. He returned to play briefly against Kentucky, but a bone bruise in his right leg kept him on the sidelines against Seton Hall.
Nicknamed "The Bullet" by UofL Coach Rick Pitino.
Honored as Kentucky's Mr. Basketball as a senior, was the Most Valuable Player in the state tournament and was the 2010 Gatorade Kentucky Player of the Year.
Averaged 20.1 points, 5.9 assists, 3.9 rebounds and 3.9 steals for Coach Jason Booher as a senior last season as Shelby Valley posted a 32-4 record and won the 2010 Kentucky state championship.
Connected on 43.5 percent of his three-point shots (64-of-147) and 82.3 percent of his free throws (149-of-181).
Produced school record career totals of 2,086 points, 633 assists and a Kentucky state record 540 steals.
Nicknamed "The Bullet" by U of L Coach Rick Pitino.
Totaled 12 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals in the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic all-star game played in Louisville's Freedom Hall on April 10.
Wore the No. 1 jersey for the Kentucky all-star team when it met Indiana in games on June 11 at Bellarmine's Knights Hall (7 points, 4 assists) and June 12 at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. (20 points, 4 assists).
Born Dec. 17, 1990 ... Son of Joey and Robin Justice ... Has an older brother (Jonah) and younger sister
(Kyndra) ... Major is sport administration with a minor in business.
His brother Jonah is a senior offensive guard for the University of Virginia at Wise football team.
Personal goal at UofL is "to reach my full potential."
Enjoys water skiing in his spare time.
Best basketball advice given to him was hard work pays off.
Best moment of his athletic career to date has been winning the high school state championship.
Most proud of his faith in God.
His father has had the greatest influence on his athletic career.
Chose to attend Louisville because of the opportunity to play for Coach Pitino.
When he played basketball as a kid, he pretended he was Michael Jordan.
Wanted to wear No. 22 because it was his father's number in high school.
If you walked into his dorm room, the first thing you would notice is how empty it is.
What impresses him the most about Coach Pitino: His knowledge of the game.
Would most like to meet Kobe Bryant.
Basketball Player: Rajon Rondo
NBA Team: Los Angeles Lakers
Athlete, Other than a basketball player: Tim Tebow