The Kentucky Wildcats’ men’s basketball season is just around the corner, with this year’s first exhibition game on Sunday against Georgetown College.
As November is just a week away, the 11th month of the year is also National Family Literacy Month. Of course, that normally refers to immediate families and the importance of consistently reading. Kentucky Basketball head coach John Calipari, though, is taking the initiative to embrace reading with his team, too.
These are the three books my team will be reading this season. We will start with the Energy Bus by reading a couple chapters and talking about it and then move on to the next book. pic.twitter.com/Jg3knNk37t— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) October 24, 2019
Calipari’s 2019-2020 team will read the three books pictured above, as he announced on Twitter Thursday afternoon. Once again, Calipari shows that he isn’t just about basketball but is also focused on growing his relationships with each player he coaches.
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