Final Four 2012, Kentucky Vs. Louisville Score: Anthony Davis Starting To Make An Impact

The Louisville Cardinals are looking a bit better than they did in the opening minutes of the game, but the Kentucky Wildcats are still very much in control. Even though the Cardinals are creating decent looks, they aren't scoring. Meanwhile, Anthony Davis is starting to make a serious impact on both ends of the floor. At the under-12 minute media timeout, Kentucky leads 18-10.

Louisville forced a couple of turnovers after their timeout and was able to score a couple of times before the under-16 timeout. Chris Smith and Kyle Kuric both made layups and Kuric was fouled on his transition bucket, but he couldn't make the free throw. Though, that's not to say it took away from how impressive the shot was.

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At that point, Davis began to take over, scoring twice in the next 30 seconds. What followed was a lot of turnovers and missed shots; Gorgui Dieng even missed a dunk. Some of that was just the result of bad offensive play, but Davis did make two very good blocks. The biggest positive for Louisville offensively has been Wayne Blackshear, who has four points off the bench.

For up-to-the-minute scores on all NCAA Tournament games, please check out SI.com's complete scoreboard.

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