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About Louisville Cardinals Autographed Basketballs
The Louisville Cardinals Men’s basketball team, whose first season started in 1911, has materialized the victor in numerous events. They have accumulated 64 tournament wins; hence considered as the 16th NCAA division winningest college basketball team. They also won their first NCAA National Championship in 1980 during their 65th season. That year’s roster included Derek Smith and Darrell Griffith, who were both eventually drafted to the NBA. Start stocking the magnificent sports memorabilia and collectibles of your team choice.
Out of the four coaches that made names for the Louisville Cardinals, it was Rick Pittino who witnessed him team amassing four conference tournament championships and four regular season titles. Previously allied with Boston Celtics, Pittino even made the Cardinals name stronger by supervising them through the Final Four two times and the Elite Eight four times. He will be guiding the Cardinal up until the 2017 season. Sink your teeth into the goodness of having the breath-taking Cardinals autographed college photos, magazines, and floorboards.
The Louisville Cardinals took a semi-finalist spot in the 2012 alongside the Ohio State Buckeyes. In the end, it was the Kentucky Wildcats that proved to be deserving of the trophy. In addition, their very own John R. Wooden Awardee Anthony Davis was acknowledged as the Most Outstanding Player. This 2012 SEC Newcomer of the Year is the forward-center that stands at 6 feet 10 inches and wears the number 23 jersey. Be confident to strut your stuff in your quarters next to these superb Cardinals apparel, baseball, football, and helmets.