Louisville vs Seton Hall Live Stream: Watch College Basketball Online

The Louisville vs Seton Hall game is up for 12:00 PM EST later today. The game is going to be happening at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Both teams are 4-2 so far into the season and they want their fifth win but only one will be able to make it. The Pirates are 1-1 at home while the Cardinals are 0-0 away. This is going to be the first road game for the Louisville team and they want to make it count.

How to watch:

Date and Time:  December 1st, 2018 12:00 PM EST

Venue: Prudential Center


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Louisville Team News

The Louisville Cardinals are 4-2. They are coming off a 82-78 overtime victory over the Michigan State Spartans. before that, they had a two-game losing streak against the Tennessee Volunteers (a 92-81 loss) and then a 77-74 overtime loss at the hands of the Marquette Golden Eagles.

Scoring an average of 85.3 PPG, the team is in good form. But perhaps it’s because they have had their games against fairly easy opponents. Well, the team will be tested to some degree in today’s game. The Pirates are strong and they won’t stand a loss now, not when they have a three-game win streak.

Seton Hall Team News

The Seton Hall Pirates are coming off a three-game win streak. We did not expect the team to do so well especially when we consider the core performance of the season leaders. Anyway, the Pirates have been through multiple real tests now and we can safely say that they mean business this time.

The streak starts with their 82-75 victory over the Grand Canyon Antelopes. After that, they had a 64-54 win over the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. In their latest game, they had an 83-81 win over the Miami Hurricanes.

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