Leaving Lousville: Richard Pitino & Elisha Justice

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 4/16/2012 7:22 pm
Official word out of Louisville today on what was originally reported over the weekend.

Associate head coach Richard Pitino will leave UofL for the vacancy left by Isiah Thomas at FIU.

Guard Elisha Justice is also parting ways with the program.  "The Bullet" as he's known by the team, is headed to Pikeville to join coach Kelly Wells and the Bears.

Justice, a Pike County native, has ailing grandparents and also desires more playing time.  Coach Wells said he welcomes the fit and is excited about getting such a quality player to Pikeville.
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