MIA Miami (FL) Hurricanes 73
Miami (FL) Hurricanes Miami (FL) Overall (8-6)
ATS (2-7)
O/U (5-4)
January 06 2019
- ESPNU
LOU Louisville Cardinals 90
Louisville Cardinals Louisville Overall (10-4)
ATS (4-3-1)
O/U (4-4)
Final
Money Line Total: 136½ Spread ATS
12
821 Miami (FL) Hurricanes +260 Under -110 (+7) -110 OVER: 163
4132
822 Louisville Cardinals -320 Over -110 (-7) -110 Cover: 10
4050
Final
Money Line Total: 136½ Spread ATS
821 MIA +260 Under: -110 (+7) -110 OVER: 163
822 LOU -320 Over: -110 (-7) -110 Cover: 10
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
1/6/2019
4:03 PM
LOU
-320
MIA
+260
1/6/2019
11:39 AM
LOU
-320
MIA
+260
1/6/2019
10:33 AM
LOU
-280
MIA
+240
1/6/2019
9:27 AM
LOU
-280
MIA
+240
1/6/2019
9:24 AM
LOU
-280
MIA
+240
1/6/2019
8:45 AM
LOU
-280
MIA
+240
1/6/2019
8:36 AM
LOU
-280
MIA
+240
1/6/2019
8:15 AM
LOU
-250
MIA
+210
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/6/2019
4:03 PM
LOU(-7)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
11:39 AM
LOU(-7)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
10:33 AM
LOU(-6.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
9:27 AM
LOU(-6.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
9:24 AM
LOU(-6.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
8:45 AM
LOU(-6.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
8:36 AM
LOU(-6.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
8:15 AM
LOU(-6)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
7:06 AM
LOU(-6)
-110
MIA
-110
1/5/2019
7:39 PM
LOU(-5.5)
-110
MIA
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/6/2019
4:03 PM
136½
-110
136½
-110
1/6/2019
11:39 AM
138½
-110
138½
-110
1/6/2019
10:33 AM
138½
-110
138½
-110
1/6/2019
9:27 AM
140
-110
140
-110
1/6/2019
9:24 AM
141½
-110
141½
-110
1/6/2019
8:45 AM
143
-110
143
-110
Recap

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville knew it had time, manpower and shooters to overcome Miami. The challenge was finding the focus needed to make those factors work.

Once the Cardinals finally dialed in mentally, they didn't miss a beat.

Jordan Nwora scored 18 of his 20 points before halftime, Malik Williams finished with a career-high 19 and Louisville overcame a 15-point deficit to rout Miami 90-73 on Sunday night and give coach Chris Mack his initial Atlantic Coast Conference victory.

Returning to action eight days after their home loss to rival Kentucky, the Cardinals (10-4, 1-0 ACC) figured to be more refreshed than a short-handed Hurricanes squad playing its second league game. Instead, they found themselves battling back from a slow start and fortunate to only trail 41-40 at halftime thanks to Nwora's hot shooting, especially from 3-point range.

"I would think our energy level would be much greater," Mack said. "We made a few too many turnovers early, and I don't think we made one in the second half. I don't think we played with enough energy and enough communication on a couple of our switches."

Things were much different over the final 20 minutes.

Louisville started the second half just 5 of 13 from the field but eventually earned a 53-50 lead when Christen Cunningham made consecutive 3-pointers.

The 6-foot-11 Williams — who topped his previous career best of 17 points — and Ryan McMahon (12 points) soon found their stroke to help the Cardinals build an 18-point lead. Louisville also shot 48 percent to remain unbeaten in five home meetings against Miami (8-6, 0-2).

"You always got to keep shooting," said Williams, who shot 8 of 14 and grabbed 11 rebounds. "If you've got a good look, you've got to let it go."

Dejan Vasiljevic and Zach Johnson each had 19 points and Chris Lykes 18 for the 'Canes, who shot 43 percent and missed another chance to earn its first Power 5 victory this season.

It wasn't without effort for Miami, which normally uses a seven-man rotation. Even as the Hurricanes' lead was slipping away, they'd get a timely basket or rebound to keep a slim edge until Louisville started doing the same.

"They got several offensive rebound baskets that really hurt us," said coach Jim Larranaga, whose team was outrebounded 15-11 offensively. "Then we just ran out of gas. We can score, but we can't rebound with a team that size."

RYAN'S REBOUND

Known as a perimeter threat, McMahon entered the game just 4 of 22 from long range over the past six contests. The junior guard missed his first six against Miami before hitting his final three in addition to dishing out a career-best nine assists.

"I remember passing up a pump-fake and passing to (Cunningham) and he ended up making a shot," McMahon said, "and coach still got mad at me for passing up the shot.

"He was telling me, 'Shoot! Shoot!'. ... I had a lot of confidence in myself, but when teammates and coaches have that confidence in you too, it's the best."

BIG PICTURE

Miami: Much like they did against North Carolina State on Thursday, the Hurricanes jumped out to a double-digit lead behind a quick pace and sharp shooting, especially from beyond the arc. But fouls and depth quickly became a problem by halftime with Anthony Mack's three fouls leading four players with at least two apiece. Nobody fouled out, but the ending was familiar as Louisville wore them down in the second half.

Louisville: The Cardinals started sluggish after a weeklong break and needed the whole half to match Miami in pace and on the scoreboard. They eventually finished 13 of 31 from behind the arc (42 percent) and edged the 'Canes 39-35 on the glass thanks to a little more depth. Dwayne Sutton added 13 points as five scored in double figures.

UP NEXT

Miami stays on the road to visit in-state rival Florida State on Wednesday.

Louisville begins a two-game road stretch on Wednesday at Pittsburgh.

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Matchup
Hurricanes Overall
W/L 8-6
ATS 2-7
Pts For 77.6
Pts Against 70.6
Total 5-4
Hurricanes Away
W/L 1-3
ATS 0-4
Pts For 76.8
Pts Against 84.5
Total 4-0
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-6
5:00 PM
at Louisville L 90-73 L (7) O (136.5)
1-3
6:00 PM
North Carolina State L 87-82 L (2.5) O (152)
12-29
3:00 PM
Campbell W 73-62
12-22
1:00 PM
Florida Atlantic W 75-55 W (-13.5) U (142)
12-19
6:00 PM
Houston Baptist W 80-73
12-4
6:00 PM
at Pennsylvania L 89-75 L (-5.5) O (147)
12-1
6:30 PM
Yale L 77-73 L (-9.5) U (150.5)
11-28
6:15 PM
Rutgers L 57-54 L (-11.5) U (140)
11-25
9:30 PM
at Seton Hall L 83-81 L (-4.5) O (142)
11-23
1:00 PM
at Fresno State W 78-76 L (-8.5) O (146)
Avg. Points For 74.4
Avg. Points Against 74.9
ATS 1-7
Over/Under 5-3
Cardinals Overall
W/L 10-4
ATS 4-3-1
Pts For 79.4
Pts Against 69.0
Total 4-4
Cardinals Home
W/L 9-1
ATS 2-2
Pts For 81.9
Pts Against 66.4
Total 3-1
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-6
5:00 PM
Miami (FL) W 90-73 W (-7) O (136.5)
12-29
1:00 PM
Kentucky L 71-58 L (3) U (143)
12-21
6:00 PM
Robert Morris W 73-59
12-15
3:00 PM
Kent State W 83-70 L (-13.5) O (148)
12-12
6:00 PM
Lipscomb W 72-68
12-8
1:30 PM
at Indiana L 68-67 W (4.5) U (148.5)
12-5
6:00 PM
Central Arkansas W 86-41
12-1
11:00 AM
at Seton Hall W 70-65 W (3.5) U (147.5)
11-27
6:30 PM
Michigan State W 82-78 W (5) O (155)
11-23
6:00 PM
at Marquette L 77-74 T (3) U (154.5)
Avg. Points For 75.5
Avg. Points Against 67.0
ATS 4-2-1
Over/Under 3-4
Scoring
Miami (FL)
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
Zach Johnson (G) 37:007-14 50%1-4 25%4-6 66.7%0403031019
Dejan Vasiljevic (G) 32:007-11 63.6%5-8 62.5%0-0 0%0400003019
Chris Lykes (G) 33:006-12 50%2-5 40%4-5 80%1440021018
Ebuka Izundu (C) 26:001-5 20%0-0 0%6-7 85.7%5100003308
Anthony Lawrence II (G) 24:001-6 16.7%1-5 20%1-2 50%011102304
Anthony Mack (G) 21:001-3 33.3%1-2 50%0-0 0%031000303
Sam Waardenburg (F) 25:001-5 20%0-2 0%0-0 0%481002202
Willie Herenton (G) 2:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Deng Gak (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Dewan Hernandez (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Kameron McGusty (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Rodney Miller Jr. (C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Dominic Proctor (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Louisville
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
Jordan Nwora (F) 37:008-16 50%3-6 50%1-1 100%1711011020
Malik Williams (F-C) 23:008-14 57.1%2-4 50%1-2 50%61100102019
Dwayne Sutton (F) 34:004-9 44.4%1-5 20%4-5 80%4720011013
Ryan McMahon (G) 28:003-10 30%3-9 33.3%3-4 75%0390002012
Christen Cunningham (G) 35:004-8 50%3-5 60%0-1 0%0450012011
Steven Enoch (C) 13:003-5 60%0-0 0%0-0 0%020001206
V.J. King (F) 10:002-3 66.7%0-0 0%0-0 0%331000204
Khwan Fore (G) 13:001-2 50%1-1 100%0-0 0%011000203
Darius Perry (G) 4:000-1 0%0-1 0%2-2 100%000002102
Akoy Agau (F) 3:000-1 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000001100
Wyatt Battaile (G-F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Jo Griffin (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Will Rainey (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Jacob Redding (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
1st Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/6/2019
4:03 PM
LOU(-4)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
1:51 PM
LOU(-4)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
11:39 AM
LOU(-4)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
10:33 AM
LOU(-3.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
9:27 AM
LOU(-3.5)
-110
MIA
-110
1/6/2019
8:54 AM
LOU(-3.5)
-110
MIA
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/6/2019
4:03 PM
64
-110
64
-110
1/6/2019
1:51 PM
65
-110
65
-110
1/6/2019
11:39 AM
66
-110
66
-110
1/6/2019
10:33 AM
66
-110
66
-110
1/6/2019
9:27 AM
66½
-110
66½
-110
1/6/2019
8:54 AM
67½
-110
67½
-110
2nd Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
1/6/2019
6:06 PM
LOU(-5)
-110
MIA
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/6/2019
6:06 PM
75
-110
75
-110