Inside: The Week In Sports

January 26, 2009

College Basketball
Butler's old-school program is thriving under the guidance of its 32-year-old coach, Brad Stevens, and with three freshmen in its starting lineup • One of the prize recruits of the 2008 class, Jrue Holiday needs to do more for UCLA

The NBA
Memphis rookie O.J. Mayo has shown he has what it takes to make it as a shooting guard, but now he wants to move to the point • Limited at both ends of the floor, Minnesota's Kevin Love is not playing like a No. 5 pick

STRONG-ARMED
Pittsburgh forward DeJuan Blair (center) was held back by Louisville forwards Samardo Samuels (left) and Terrence Williams in a rebound battle last Saturday at Freedom Hall. The Cardinals, with 20 points from Williams, defeated the previously unbeaten and top-ranked Panthers 69--63.

PHOTOPhotograph by Bill Frakes

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