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Kentucky Vs. Louisville Score, 2012 Final Four: Cards' Lack Of Offense Catching Up To Them

The Louisville Cardinals had the game tied with just under eight minutes to go, but the Kentucky Wildcats are in control of their Final Four rivalry matchup at the under-four minute timeout. It's been four minutes since Louisville scored and nearly six minutes since they scored a field goal. This has allowed Kentucky to build a lead again, and they're ahead 60-51.

The Cardinals are only shooting 32 percent from the field and Kentucky isn't allowing them to dominate on the offensive boards anymore. Anthony Davis has 15 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks, but his impact has extended beyond that. Louisville is afraid to go strong to the basket every time they get near the paint, and that's all down to Davis' influence.

When Peyton Siva hit a couple of jump shots, Louisville tied up the game. Without a few more made jump shots, UK is going to pull away.

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