ATLANTA (AP) — It looks like a thrilling finish in the first Final Four game.
Louisville, which was down by as many as 12, has rallied for a 65-60 lead with 1:58 remaining.
The Cardinals press has spurred the comeback. Russ Smith and Luke Hancock each have 17 points to lead Louisville. And don’t forget walk-on Tim Henderson, who hit two big 3-pointers.
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