Every game in the NCAA tournament is fun. There are no bad NCAA tournament games, especially now that Illinois and Minnesota are gone.
But this one's going to be a lot of fun.
Siena runs, and Louisville runs, and both teams play three or four guards at all times, and it's going to be a blast.
"We're two up-tempo teams," said Louisville coach Rick Pitino. "And obviously we're going to try to turn each other over."
And it should be fun for 94 feet. Louisville presses the whole court, and Pitino says this is the best pressing team he has had yet at Louisville. Siena uses a three-quarters-court trap, and the Cardinals were marveling Saturday at Siena PG Ronald Moore's speed.