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  • John Calipari talks about shortening rotations

    Kentucky coach John Calipari said Friday that one way to get better play is to use fewer players. He said he's not to that point yet but raised the possibility.

Kentucky coach John Calipari said Friday that one way to get better play is to use fewer players. He said he's not to that point yet but raised the possibility. jclay@herald-leader.com
Kentucky coach John Calipari said Friday that one way to get better play is to use fewer players. He said he's not to that point yet but raised the possibility. jclay@herald-leader.com

No quick fixes for what ails Kentucky, Calipari says

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