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Sadly, "four white guys an an Egyptian" is not the name of a band but rather Rick Pitino's way of not running up the score.
If you watched the NCAA tournament this past weekend, you had the chance to witness that the best teams do not always win.
Rick Pitino doesn't care for social media, and thinks that people who read it are underachievers. MY COLUMN:
First-year Celtics coach Brad Stevens has been a revelation in Boston.
This could be the shortest radio interview in history.
This weekend saw 12 different players, executives and coaches inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Ladies man and the reigning best college basketball coach in the state of Kentucky and beyond, Rick Pitino, is a man of his word.
Rick Pitino promised his Louisville players that if they won the NCAA Tournament this season, he would get a tattoo.
And, you know, also Louisville for winning the national championship.
After having one of their family members break his leg in half right in front of their bench, it was only fitting that this tournament, this season would end with the Louisville Cardinals winning a championship for the school (its first in 27 years), for Rick Pitino (who found out yesterday he'll be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame), and for Kevin Ware (for obvious reasons).
The national championship game went the way Vegas prognosticators predicted: with Louisville standing above the field, nylon net firmly in hand.
When talking about the Final Four, it is expected year in and year out that power conferences such as the Big East and Big 12 are represented during college basketball's final weekend.
The last time Rick Pitino and Mike Krzyzewski met up in a NCAA Tournament game, they were a part of one of the most memorable moments in basketball history.
In rounding out our Sweet Sixteen series and making predictions on who will make it to this year's Final Four, we take a look at the Louisville Cardinals of the Midwest region, who will be the last No.
*Midnight Madness is over, and with it went the smoke machines, dunk contests and laser shows that kick off the season.
Kenny Smith knows a thing or two about basketball, having covered the NBA for years with TNT as well as the NCAA Tournament.
*This is the third edition in a four-part series this week where we will have four writers arguing the national championship credentials for the only NCAA teams left in March Madness: Ohio State, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisville.
While everyone else put "Mad Men" on the TV at 6 in the east, it was time for Heat-Thunder.
There's a photo of the NBA championship trophy above the locker of every Knick.