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Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - The fourth-ranked Louisville Cardinals continue their quest for perfection, as they welcome the UNC-Wilmington Seahawks to the KFC Yum! Center on Sunday for a non-conference matchup. First-year head coach Kevin Keatts is no stranger to Louisville, as he was a former associate head coach with the Cardinals under Rick Pitino for three years before taking the job with the Seahawks. UNCW hasnt been real busy in the early going, as this contest represents only its sixth game of the year. The team is sitting at 3-2 overall and well rested, entering off a 105-47 blasting of St. Andrews back on Dec. 3. Pitinos Cardinals have been much more active, as this is the ninth game on the season. Louisville is a flawless 8-0 to this point, keeping its streak going with a rather easy win over Indiana (94-74) last week as part of the Jimmy V. Classic in New York City. This marks the first-ever meeting between these two programs. The competition hasnt exactly been stellar, but UNCW has eclipsed the 100- point mark in two of its last three games and now averages 80.8 ppg on the year. Strong shooting has been the key, with the Seahawks converting 52.3 percent of the time from the floor, including a solid 43.2 percent from beyond the arc. Five players are averaging double figures, led by Freddie Jacksons 18.0 ppg. Addison Spruill is next in line at 14.0 ppg, followed by Craig Ponder (12.0 ppg), Cedrick Williams (11.4 ppg) and Dylan Sherwood (10.0 ppg). Sherwood didnt play against St. Andrews due to an ankle injury, but he wasnt really needed in the rout of the Knights. UNCW set a school record for the most lopsided win in school history thanks to a scorching .703 shooting effort against St. Andrews. Jackson led the charge with a career-high 33 points. Spruill added 13 points, while Malik Pugh and Craig Ponder checked in with 11 and 10 points, respectively. Louisville has dominated at both ends of the floor this season and as a result, ranks third nationally with a +25.9 scoring margin. The team is averaging 78.2 ppg, while limiting the opposition to just 52.4. The Cards are also fourth in the nation in steals (11.3 per game) and seventh in rebounding margin (+11.5). Star forward Montrezl Harrell is playing at an All-America level, leading the team in both scoring (16.8 ppg) and rebounding (9.6 rpg). He gets plenty of help at the offensive end, as guards Terry Rozier (14.6 ppg) and Chris Jones (13.3 ppg) and forward Wayne Blackshear (13.0 ppg) all make sizable contributions. A close game got out of hand in the second half, as Louisville inflated a five-point halftime lead (46-41) into a 20-point romp over a solid Indiana squad at Madison Square Garden last week. Three Cardinals posted over 20 points in the win, led by Roziers 26 points. 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He hurt his wrist during a training run on Tuesday but initially indicated he would not miss the event. His decision to withdraw was mocked by Parrot and Toutant on social media. In a since-deleted tweet, Parrot said he thought White was "scared" to compete and "knows he wont be able to win the slopes." "I just think me and Seb said something all the other riders would have loved to tell, but maybe are scared to tell," Parrot told TSN on Thursday. "He choked a couple contests this year with not really good reasons. With him here he has the potential to be...Why choke on it for nothing?" Toutant tweeted, "Its easy to find excuses to pull out of a contest when you think you cant win." Toutant also deleted his message, but clarified his stance after his runs on Thursday. "I think its sad for alll Americans who trained hard for that spot," he added.dddddddddddd"Cant replace him - pretty sad. If you think its too dangerous, go do something else." The slopestyle course drew criticism as being potentially dangerous and was modified after Norways Torstein Horgmo broke his collarbone on Monday. The event, making its Olympic debut, features riders doing tricks over rails and jumps, like skateboarders in a city park only down a snow-covered trail. Parrots first run was smooth, but for a dragged hand at the end of one of his jumps, and drew a score of 91.75. The reigning Winter X Games gold medalist was better on his second run, which had few obvious flaws. Toutant scored a 74.25 on his first run and qualified through his second with a score of 87.25. Canadian Mark McMorris, a two-time X Games gold medalist, fell on his first run and will have to qualify through the semifinals. McMorris, who suffered a broken rib at the X Games last month, pulled off a triple-cork on his second run but earned an 89.25, not among the four best riders in his heat. Americans Sage Kotsenburg, Ryan Stassel and Charles Guldemond will also have to try to qualify through the semifinals, which are Saturday. Moving directly to the final with Parrot and Toutant were Norways Staale Sandbech and Gjermund Braaten, Finlands Peetu Piiroinen and Roope Tonteri, Great Britains Jamie Nicholls and Swedens Sven Thorgren. ' ' '

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