As always, fans are curious as to what the Wildcats will look like for this upcoming campaign, but Coach John Calipari gave the Big Blue Nation a preview at Thursday's UK Basketball media day.
Finally, he just got fed up with the questions, but he picked the wrong reporter to deny. "I am entitled to ask a question, you can then deny".
Tipton: The FBI has reportedly expanding into looking at Nike.
"None of us know where this thing is going".
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But, as I've repeated over the past few weeks, there are still way too many unknowns to be able to accurately predict where all of this is headed next.
Calipari: We don't know, what you're saying, if it's true. "None of us know where this thing's going".
Tipton's question came after Calipari already had emphasized that he'd rather talk about his program than the investigation, or the fallout at other programs, specifically that of Louisville.
"I have no comment to it, we haven't been contacted, the NCAA hasn't contacted us, we're going about our business of coaching this team". How about a basketball question?
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The press conference continued for another 35 minutes focusing on the upcoming season.
Federal prosecutors in NY announced last month that Auburn's Chuck Person, Oklahoma State's Lamont Evans, Arizona's Emanuel "Book" Richardson and USC's Tony Bland were among the 10 people charged following a three-year FBI investigation. Nike responded to the reports by stating its commitment to fair play and noting there had been no allegations involving the company.
Calipari better hope his program doesn't become implicated in the corruption scandal the FBI is investigating, because if it does he will probably have to answer more than a few questions about it.
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