Louisville Basketball: 5 Rules For Watching The Kentucky Game

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We take a look at the five rules for watching the Louisville basketball game against Kentucky on Wednesday night.

The Louisville basketball game against Kentucky is almost here. These two schools and programs will be looking to put on an amazing display of basketball glory in the Yum Center next Wednesday night.

This is one of the best rivalries because of the success of the two programs, however it’s the fans that make the hype for this game off the charts.

Kentucky is currently on a four game winning streak that needs to end in the Yum Center this season.

With that being said, there are some rules to watching the best college basketball rivalry.

Dec 26, 2015; Lexington, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals guard Damion Lee (0) shoots during the first half against the Kentucky Wildcats forward Marcus Lee (00) at Rupp Arena. Kentucky won 75-73. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

Rule #5: Never, And I Mean Never, Assume That The Game Is Over

Everyone knows excatly what’s going to happen in this game. One team is going to get a huge lead, their fans will start celebrating only to watch the other team regain the lead towards the end. Let’s hope that second team is Louisville on Wedneday night.

Regardless, these games against Kentucky tend to always be decided in the last five minutes of the game.

It doesn’t matter how great one team is or how bad the other can be. All that matters, is who’s going to play the best 40 minutes in the Yum Center.

Again, don’t turn off your TV. Don’t start texting your friends.

Just wait until the final buzzer sounds.

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