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101 Ways to Lose a Basketball Game by the Louisville Cardinals part 1.




Way #1 - hold an 8-point lead with 1:20 to go, give up 3 straight 3's then give up a 3 point play to send the game into overtime. Following this debacle, you must absolutely refuse to win the game, no matter how many opportunities you are given, no matter how many chances you have to hold on, keep the other team in the game until they finally pull off the victory. Oh, and be sure to NOT CALL ANY GOD DAMN TIMEOUTS at the end of every overtime.

This team absolutely chokes down the stretch and cannot ever come up in the clutch. And you can give me crap all you want and leave however many "It don't matter till March" comments, but nothing this team has done has given me any indication that any such run is forthcoming. Get this team in a tight game, they are guaranteed to choke one way or another. Face it. We will never win a title under Rick Pitino.

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