The University of Louisville basketball team will make an appearance in the NCAA Tournament as part of the 68-team field again this season.
On Sunday night, the Cardinals will find out the road they must take to battle for the school's fourth national title.
The NCAA tournament selection committee will release the bracket at 6 o'clock.
U of L, which dropped an ACC Tournament quarterfinal game to North Carolina on Thursday, will have a small, private gathering to watch the hour-long show.
But if you asked the Cardinals where they might be headed or what teams they might face in the opening round, the players wouldn't be much help.
"I'm not really into that," sophomore Mangok Mathiang said.
Added junior Montrezl Harrell: "It really doesn't matter. That's out of our hands, so we don't worry about it until they tell us who we play."
Pitino, who took the team bowling on Friday night and has practiced both days since the loss to UNC, has said the team will watch the show and then practice.
"We'll be ready for whoever it might be," sophomore Terry Rozier said. "I don't really pay that much attention to it all, we just have to show up and play. We need to come out and play our game, stick to our game plan and try to keep winning."
ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi has the Cardinals as a No. 4 seed in the Midwest, playing New Mexico State on Thursday in the opening round in Portland, Ore. His bracket right now has the winner getting the winner of the West Virginia-Stephen F. Austin game with Kentucky the likely opponent in the Sweet 16 matchup.
Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com has the Cardinals as the No. 5 seed in the Midwest playing Wyoming in Seattle in the first game. The winner would play either Northern Iowa or Harvard in the next round with UK the likely team in the Sweet 16.
The latest Scout.com bracketology has the Cardinals as the No. 5 seed in the West with a likely Wichita State matchup in the second game and Villanova as the No. 1 seed.
"I don't pay attention to those things," freshman Quentin Snider said.
Added senior Wayne Blackshear: "We just have to show up and play. This is it for us, we have to come out and play our best basketball now."