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The best guard combos Louisville has ever had ? Siva & Smith ?
Weve had some good ones over the years. Wheat Flynn and Sims were pretty solid in recent years going back further there were many more great back courts (Hall and Wagner were money). Siva and Russ bring home the hardware and they will sit firmly at the top regardless. If they could do that and Russ were to return and pull off the repeat he instantly obtains God like status in UL lore.
Hey, a man can dream!
griff and eaves
wagner and gordon
"He was a cruel man, but fair."
Price and Bacon
Griffith and Eaves, and Wagner and Gordon. All were also NBA players.
Hendo/Baumann and it's not even close.
Milt Wagner and Lancaster Gordon are the gold standard.....
They could close out a game with the best of them.
i liked dean garcia and obannon.
They only payed 1 season together, but LA Smith and Jerome Harmon were pretty exciting to watch....
Did Wheat and Minor play together?
LA Smith's eyes would turn red when he went to dunk. he put down some serios drives and dunks. bay city texas
Wheat and Minor did not play together.
Minor on the same team with Morton and Rozier. Best starting five in the country that year just no depth (and the fact that Rozier absolutely had to put the ball on the floor and dribble before going up with it instead of just going up with it)
Wheat/Osborne started as freshman with those guys.
He's right about the no depth though. Simms, tick, and kiser were all on the bench but had not yet become the players they would later in their careers.
This post was edited by shuffcard 18 months ago
Have to go with Griffith and Eaves, two Louisville high school guys bringing the first title home.
Another favorite Louisville HS tandem I enjoyed was Philip Bond and Rick Wilson. Part of a lefty -dominated team that might have taken it all in 1977, if not for a late-season injury to fellow lefty Larry Williams.
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