Listen Here Despite a mediocre tournament that saw few shining moments, there ample intriguing story lines heading into 2013 NCAA Championship Game. Trey Burke capping cementing his status as player of the year. Louisville winning for injured brother Kevin Ware. Mitch McGary turning into the type of phenomenon that can only be produced by March Madness. Peyton Siva leading his troops. Rick Pitino and John Beilein trying to put feathers in their very distinguished caps.
There was no talk surrounding Luke Hancock and Spike Albrecht. But the unsung bench players set the tone for a fast-paced and wonderfully entertaining basketball game with a barrage of three pointers in the first half. Adam and Anthony break down their performances and more immediately following Louisville’s 82-76 win over Michigan.