It was another blowout for the University of Louisville basketball team.
The Cardinals won for a fifth time this season by 33 or more points, whipping Eastern Michigan 86-53 on Saturday at the KFC Yum Center with five different players scoring in double figures.
Damion Lee didn't score in the first half but led the Cardinals with 16 points, while Chinanu Onuaku added 12 points and seven rebounds. Quentin Snider had 13 points, four assists and three rebounds, while Trey Lewis added 11 points and four assists.
Freshman Ray Spalding had 11 points, seven rebounds, three blockes shots, two assists and two steals, while Donovan Mitchell chipped in five points, seven assists, six rebounds and two steals.
"Overall, we did a good job," Rick Pitino said. "We didn't play great but we played good."
Louisville led 37-21 at halftime and hit 53 percent from the field in both halves, finishing the game 31 of 58 (53.4 percent) and holding Eastern Michigan to 19 of 64 (29.7 percent). The Cardinals were 8 of 22 from three-point range.
U of L had 20 assists on 31 made baskets.