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Cardinals need OT to beat the Monarchs

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Louisville Cardinals escaped with a 68-62 win over the Old Dominion Monarchs in the Bahamas on Wednesday night.

The Cardinals will now face the Wichita State Shockers at Imperial Arena in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament. This game will be on ESPN at 2:30 pm on Thanksgiving Day.

Quentin Snider (Getty Images)

Quentin Snider (Getty Images)

The Monarchs face the LSU Tigers in the loser’s bracket. Their game will be on AXS TV at 9:30 pm on Thursday.

The Cardinals improved to 4-0. The Monarchs dropped to 2-1.

Quentin Snider led the Cardinals with 18 points. Donovan Mitchell added 17 while Mangok Mathiang contributed 10. Fellow starters Jaylen Johnson and Deng Adel combined for 11 points.

Louisville had 12 bench points. Anas Mahmoud led these players with four points.

Brandon Stith led the Monarchs with 22 points. Ahmad Caver and Zoran Talley had nine points each. Fellow starters Aaron Carver, Denzell Taylor and Jordan Baker combined for 11 points.

Old Dominion had 15 bench points. B.J. Stith led these players with eight points.

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