Men's Basketball Participates in Pre-NCAA Tournament Activities

 
The Cardinals participated in pre-NCAA Tournament activities on Wednesday afternoon.

The Cardinals participated in pre-NCAA Tournament activities on Wednesday afternoon.

March 14, 2012


AUDIO INTERVIEWS
Chane Behanan | Peyton Siva | Chris Smith | Russ Smith

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Louisville | Associated Press

PORTLAND, Ore. - A day prior to its second-round game against No. 13-seed Davidson in the NCAA Tournament at Rose Garden Arena, the University of Louisville men's basketball team participated in pre-tournament activities Wednesday afternoon in Portland, Ore.

After arriving at the venue, home of the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers, sophomore Peyton Siva and senior Kyle Kuric took questions in the media interview room from various media outlets. Other players remained in the locker room, discussing the 2011-12 season, winning the BIG EAST Tournament title and the upcoming game against the Wildcats. Head coach Rick Pitino also met with the media in the interview room to discuss Thursday's matchup against Davidson.

Following the interviews and media session, the Cardinals took to the court for a short practice session. Freshman Angel Nunez ended the practice with a dunk that earned a round of applause from a crowd that was filled with primary school students.

 

 

Thursday's game between Louisville and Davidson will be aired on TBS at 1:40 p.m. ET, with Brian Anderson (play-by-play), Dan Bonner (color) and Jenn Hildreth (reporter) calling the action. Fans can listen to the game on the radio on both WHAS 840 AM and WKRD 790 AM, as Paul Rogers (play-by-play) and Bob Valvano (color) will have the call.

GAME FACTS - No. 4 seed Louisville vs. No. 13 seed Davidson
Date: Thursday, March 15
Time: 1:40 p.m. ET
Site: Rose Garden Arena, Portland, Ore. (19,980)
TV: TBS will broadcast the game, with Brian Anderson (play-by-play), Dan Bonner (color) and Jenn Hildreth (reporter) calling the action.
Radio: WHAS (840 AM) and WKRD (790 AM) will broadcast the game on radio, with Paul Rogers (play-by-play) and Bob Valvano (color) calling the action.
Series History: Louisville leads the all-time series, 1-0 (1-0 in Louisville).

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