How Obnoxious Was John Calipari Surrounded By Former Players' Jerseys During Interview
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Every year after they announce the NCAA bracket sections, ESPN does a live interview with Kentucky head coach John Calipari. This year he thought it was a good idea to prop up jerseys of all his former star players around him during said interview. It didn't look weird at all...

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ABR Always Be Recruiting
Reply15 months
If you got it...use it
Reply15 months
Sitting him in front of those play for hire jerseys doesn't make him any more obnoxious than he was before.
Reply15 months
I wonder how much money was given to the players of those jerseys to get them to go to one and done KY? These guys know how to funnel cash...
Reply15 months
Lots of money! IMHO he is cheesiest coach in the history of mbb.
15 months
$250 k for Wall. $100 k and a SUV for Cousins. WWW facilitated.
15 months
Smart if you ask me.
Reply15 months
There's absolutely nothing wrong with this. It's smart recruiting, just like football HCs do interviews with championship rings on and trophies behind them.
Reply15 months
Yeah and he can't do that. So jerseys it is.
15 months
All those players and he only won 1 championship
Reply15 months
Yep. Most overrated coach of all time.
15 months
I can't believe he wasn't holding a jar of mustard.
Reply15 months
every time a coach is interviewed in that situation, they treat it as free advertising for their program. That's why they're always wearing their college logo gear and, in this case, showing the prior studs that came to UK. Cheesy, perhaps, but it's also smart.
Reply15 months
Cheese ball
Reply15 months
Flaunting it in Will Wade’s and the SEC’s faces
Reply15 months
Behind each jersey is a ??.
Reply15 months
strong arse offer
15 months
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