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“Pitino brought his own idea of the design to Potts with the Louisville "L," "2013," "NCAA Champions" and the team's final record of 35-5. "I was a little nervous," Potts said Friday. "I felt like I did when I did my first tattoo 12 years ago." As for Pitino, he said he wasn't fearing the pain. "It wasn't even close to the pain I had with kidney stones," Pitino said. "That was like an 'A' in pain, this was a 'C.'" So did Pitino pay for the tattoo? Said Potts: "I was running a free special for any Hall of Fame coaches who won an NCAA championship in the last 30 days." Indeed, April 8 was a banner date for the coach. Before the game, Pitino was introduced as a member of the latest Basketball Hall of Fame class.
I was running a free special for any Hall of Fame coaches who won an NCAA championship in the last 30 days.” -- Adam Potts, owner, Tattoo Salvation