Louisville fan makes T-shirt honoring grad transfers Damion Lee, Trey Lewis

Louisville’s men’s basketball team won’t participate in the postseason this year thanks to a self-imposed ban due to a prostitution scandal and in all likelihood, nobody is more disappointed than Cardinals graduate transfers Damion Lee and Trey Lewis. These two young men came to Louisville after multiple seasons at Drexel and Cleveland State, and are both the Cardinals’ top scorers this season.

Thus, as a bit of a consolation prize for the two of them not being able to spend their final seasons of eligibility competing for a national championship, Louisville fan Mary Robinson made a t-shirt honoring both Lee and Lewis for their strong efforts on the court before and after the postseason ban.

Of course, Robinson posted a picture of the shirt to Twitter.

My t-shirt is done, y'all and it's 🔥🔥 #L1C4 @Treylew3 @Dami0nLee pic.twitter.com/kbPJ2f4dx5

— Mary Robinson (@CardChick) February 22, 2016

Just where Lee and Lewis head after this season remains to be seen, but it’s got to be a great feeling knowing that there’s a fan out there who cares enough to make a shirt like this.

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