In an ugly game from start to finish the Louisville Cardinals fell short today as they lost in overtime to Clemson 74-69. The win moved the Tigers to 14-1 while the Cards dropped to 11-4. Clemson was lead in scoring by Marcquise Reed who finished with 24pts.
Louisville was led by Ray Spalding who finished with yet another double double. Ray tallied 16pts and 14 rebs. Deng Adel had 14pts and 11 rebs, while Quentin Snider had 13pts.
It was the 2nd lost in the past 3 games for Louisville who is still looking for a quality win. The Cards step back on the court on Wednesday as they face FSU in Tallahassee. Here are the stats:
FINAL: At Clemson: Clemson beats Louisville 74-69 in overtime. Cardinals probably should’ve closed out a win over a Top 25 team on the road, which would have been huge for them. Instead fall in OT. Stats: pic.twitter.com/OOhf5963DE
— Eric Crawford (@ericcrawford) January 6, 2018
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