July 29, 2012 - 6:51pm
Defense was at a premium in Freedom Hall on Friday as the Kentucky Derby Festival kicked off festivities with the Basketball Classic, the White team defeated the black team, 130-127. Three Indiana recruits, One Louisville recruit, and possibly one Kentucky recruit, as well as other Top recruits were all in action. Check out the sights and see how the players fared.
There wasn't much defense Friday night in Freedom Hall, but that's what you get when you have some of the Nation's top recruits playing in the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic.A crowd of around 7,000 came into Freedom Hall Friday Night, mostly to watch the three Indiana...
July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
A dream come true for your little princess.
Do you have a princess in your house?
January 23, 2012 - 8:00am
The stars of Monster Jam (returning to Louisville January 27,28) cost about $600,000 per year each to build, maintain, transport and staff but entertain more than 4 million fans annually. An interview with one of the drivers reveals interesting background and some monstrous figures and facts.
Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam returns to Freedom Hall on January 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for kids (ages two to twelve) are just $5 while other seats begin at $22. The event will feature Maximum Destruction, Wolverine, Samson, Raminator, Rammunition, Full Boar, Mechanical Mischief and Heavy...
January 18, 2012 - 1:32pm
"With a team that’s lost five of seven games, any win gives the fans hope," says UofL fan Nick Coffey, who operates TheCardinalConnect.com. But those wins are getting harder to come by for UofL basketball coach Rick Pitino. The season is in free fall and the fan base is starting to erode.
How far has the Louisville Cardinal basketball “brand” fallen? Consider this headline from the Washington Post: ‘Louisville rebounds from blowout with close loss at Marquette.’ Yes, the national perception of UofL basketball is that losing is considered a “rebound....
January 17, 2012 - 10:00am
In recent years time and time again city officials have attempted to lure pro-basketball teams to the city, with varying degrees of success.
Ever since the American Basketball Association merged with the NBA and selected the Kentucky Colonels rival, Indiana Pacers, as a new expansion team for the league despite the Colonels being overwhelming favorites due to their dominance in the league since its inception every so often we see a new...