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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Calipari Canadian Invasion Edition

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John Calipari may or may not have been in Canada this weekend, recruiting two players that I would dearly love to see us land. In fact, I’d take either-or. One is Thon Maker, whom we are all well familiar with. The other is Jamal Murray, who was the best guard at both the Jordan Brand Classic and the Nike Hoop Summit, in my opinion.

Go get ‘em, Coach.

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