Kentucky Vs. Louisville Score, 2012 Final Four: Cats Still Up 10

The Final Four grudge match between the Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats hasn't gotten out of hand yet, but the Cats are still very much in control and it doesn't look like Louisville are going to find a way to score consistently. Chris Smith, Russ Smith and Kyle Kuric have been mostly ineffective, but their defense has been just good enough to keep things from getting out of hand. Kentucky leads 22-12 at the under-12 minute media timeout.

With Michael Kidd-Gilchrist sitting down after picking up two fouls, Kyle Wiltjer has come in for Kentucky and he's playing well. He has a basket that he picked up after grabbing the offensive rebound on his own shot, and he's playing very well on defense.

Anthony Davis has five rebounds and two blocks to go along with his four points, and he's altering shots even when he's not blocking them. He's a big part of why Louisville have managed only 26 percent from the floor thus far.

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

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