What to know as Louisville basketball returns after COVID break

His Tuesday press conference lasted seven minutes and Chris Mack had one more question to ask about his Louisville basketball team’s attack, his defense, or Wake Forest, his opponent on Wednesday.

Hoops hadn’t really come up.

That’s the nature of a program that comes out of a COVID-19 hiatus that left the Cardinals inactive last week and postponed a game against rival Kentucky.

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“You want to talk about protocols and COVID and masking, we can keep going down that line, but it’s really sickening right now,” Mack said. “We’re in season three of college basketball and dealing with this. And I know it’s everyone’s job to talk about it, but if you keep seeing ‘entering protocol’ popping up on your timeline — let’s talk about the game.”

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