The Louisville men’s basketball team is still a work in progress but with each game they are getting closer to once again being one of the top teams in the nation.

On Monday the Cards used their defense and shot blocking ability as well as a big offensive games from several of their players  to overwhelm the Bryant Bears (1-10) by a final score of 102-59 in front of an announced crowd of 16,236.

Louisville was  led in scoring by upperclassmen Anas Mahmoud, Deng Adel, and Quentin Snider who each scored 17 points.   Ray Spalding would add 11 points and Lance Thomas would toss in 10 points to pace the Cards.   In the end, all but one player for Louisville would score.  Bryant was led by Ikenna Ndugba with 17 points.

Louisville continued its trend of start slow, end fast when they came out sluggish the first few minutes of the game. They would end the game shooting 55%, including 10-26 from the arc for 38%

The Cards will now turn their attention to Memphis as they travel to New York to face the Tigers at noon on Saturday.

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