Coach Calipari | Lets Finish What We Started

Calipari

The Coach Calipari to the NBA rumors have been like a wild fire, completely out of control. First he’s going to the Nets, then to the Bulls and now to the Cavaliers. Lets face it, he’s a commodity that people want. Whether he stays or not is completely his choice.

We all know one thing, he has the BEST college Basketball Coaching position in the country at Kentucky. Other fans and universities can say what they want, but when it comes to Rock Star Legend and pay and possibilities, NOTHING matches Kentucky, and the rabid fan base proves it every year.

Well Coach Calipari looked to squash any of the rumors with his two latest tweets |

I’ve said many times that I’ve got the best job in the country. Still the speculation runs wild and I can’t stop that…”

“I want to address this with the Big Blue Nation one last time, I will be coaching at Kentucky next year. Now let’s finish what we started!”

Obviously this could change as it did when he was at Memphis, but all indications continue to say Calipari will be at Kentucky for at least the 2010-11 season.

Here are the actual tweets |

First Tweet

Second Tweet

Other articles of possible interest:

Rod Strickland Reassigned | Kenny Payne A Possibility

2011 Recruit Austin Rivers Might Look At Kentucky

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