Sorry, NBA suitors. John Calipari seems pretty content at Kentucky.
Coach Cal said in a lengthy blog post on his website on Monday that he intends to make Kentucky the last stop of his coaching career.
“My plan is to coach here for the rest of my career,” Calipari wrote. “I want this to be my final coaching position.”
It was part of a lengthy post detailing his ambitious vision for the program, which includes the goals of topping UCLA’s 11 titles and eventually having half of the players in the NBA All-Star Game come from Kentucky.
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