John Calipari appears to be scheming up an improved non-conference schedule for next season.
Hey #BBN, we’re working on playing two regular-season games against Power Five teams at a destination spot for our fans in 2019-20. Hope to have details soon.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) May 1, 2018
I, for one, am going to overreact to this like crazy. Is Kentucky going to revisit the series against the Indiana Hoosiers? Will the Wildcats take on another ACC team? What about another Big 12 team?
I’d hope that it’s against a prominent program, at least, but this will do favors for the Wildcats when it comes to national attention (which apparently you can get more of, I guess).
We’ll see what Calipari has up his sleeve soon enough.
Tweet of the day
Alley-oops. Put backs. Posters. DOESN'T MATTER!@Bam1of1 threw down some WILD dunks in his 1st year with the @MiamiHEAT.#NBARooks #BestOfNBA pic.twitter.com/H2RVXK14qv— NBA Draft (@NBADraft) April 30, 2018
Bam Adebayo certainly grabbed some attention in year one, and had no shortage of highlight reel plays.
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