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Calipari’s fantasy camp is being held in the Bahamas.

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John Calipari’s fantasy camp is going to be something special this year. It’s being held at the Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas. There’s a hefty price tag, with packages starting at $7,495 per person. That includes lodging and the experience, but not travel.

This could be a sign that Kentucky’s summer trip will be to the Bahamas again. It’s likely that it’ll be around the same time as this camp.

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