Duke vs. Louisville: Live Score, Highlights and Elite 8 Reaction
Louisville overcomes Kevin Ware's gruesome leg injury to beat Duke 85-63 and advance to the Final Four.
Louisville will become the 2nd Big East team to make the Final Four in consecutive seasons. Georgetown did it in 1984 and 1985.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 31, 2013
All-Regional team: Plumlee, Curry, Dieng, Siva. Regional MVP: Russ Smith.— Eric Crawford (@ericcrawford) March 31, 2013
Louisville has definitely earned every right to celebrate after this win.
The Final Four is set! Louisville will face Wichita State in the next round after beating Duke 85-63.
For the 7th time in his coaching career, Rick Pitino is Final Four bound. That ties Roy Williams for 4th most appearances in NCAA history.— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) March 31, 2013
Chane Behanan has put on Kevin Ware's jersey.— Eric Crawford (@ericcrawford) March 31, 2013
Chane Behanan follows his miss with a layup and it's going to be Louisville in the Final Four. Watch the final minute here.
Looks like Pitino's decision not cutting down nets after winning Big East tourney paid off— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) March 31, 2013
Tyler Thornton has fouled out with 7 points.
Starting at the 16-minute mark, Duke missed 10 shots in a row and 12 of 13. Non-Plumlee starters are 9-for-35.— Duke Basketball (@dukebasketball) March 31, 2013
Mason Plumlee's dunk cuts the Cardinals' lead to 16. Watch live here.
After a Plumlee dunk made it 42-all with 16:18 to go, Duke hit ONE field goal in the next 11:04. That'll do it.— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) March 31, 2013
Sonya and Dell Curry watch as their son shoots free throws.
Duke just hit its first basket in EIGHT MINUTES.— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports) March 31, 2013
Luke Hancock hits the three to put Louisville up 16. The Cardinals are on a 17-2 run. Watch this game live here.
Dieng with another putback at the rim for Louisville. He has absolutely controlled the interior since the opening tip. 59-44 L'ville— Duke Basketball (@dukebasketball) March 31, 2013
Siva, Dieng, and Smith are all in double-digit scoring figures.
Louisville has 20 points in the first eight and a half minutes of the second half. All from Siva, Smith and Dieng.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) March 31, 2013
Dieng hits the jumper and this crowd is fired up.
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