2012 NCAA Tournament: Kentucky Vs. Louisville Halftime Score, Wildcats Lead Cardinals, 35-28

The Kentucky Wildcats lead the Louisville Cardinals, 35-28, after the first 20 minutes of the two teams' Final Four match-up.

Anthony Davis has led the way for the Wildcats with eight points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots. Marquis Teague and Doron Lamb also have eight points for the Wildcats.

The Cardinals have had a balanced scoring attack, with six of their seven players scoring at least four points. Chane Behanan leads them with six.

Offensive rebounds have allowed the Cardinals to stay in the game, despite shooting 38 percent from the floor and allowed Kentucky to shoot 60 percent.

The remainder of the game can be seen on CBS. The winner will go on to face the winner of Saturday night's match-up between the Ohio State Buckeyes and Kansas Jayhawks, which will immediately follow the Kentucky game.

For more 2012 NCAA Tournament coverage, follow our StoryStream. Also visit SB Nation for more March Madness coverage. Printable bracket can be viewed by clicking here.

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