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John Calipari says it’s a ‘lock’ he’ll be at Kentucky 4-5 more years

The rumors of John Calipari heading to the NBA are seemingly never-ending, but the Kentucky head coach has done what he can to try and convince people he’s not interested. This week, he said that he will remain at Kentucky as long as his son is a walk-on in the program. “My son’s now here so […]
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