Final Four 2012, Kentucky Vs. Louisville Score: Cards Briefly Tie It; MKG Taking Over

Incredibly, after going down by as many as 13 points, the Louisville Cardinals are very much in their Final Four showdown with the Kentucky Wildcats. At one point, thanks to a couple of big shots by Peyton Siva, the Cards had the game tied. Kentucky are back up by four, but Siva will be at the line when action resumes after the under-eight minute timeout. The Wildcats currently lead 53-49.

Siva and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist were anonymous in the first half and in the beginning of the second half, but they're beginning to take over the game for their respective teams. Siva hit his first two shots of the game before drawing the foul that triggered the timeout, while Kidd-Gilchrist has Kentucky's last five points. Both of them had 0 points until MKG hit a free throw with 10:08 remaining. Both now have five points, just two minutes later.

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

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