John Calipari Invites Former Wildcats Back To Kentucky During NBA Lockout

Unless you live in Central Kentucky, as soon as I say that John Calipari is in the news, your first thought is, "What did he get caught doing now?"

And when I say that Coach Cal just took to Twitter to tell all former Wildcat players in the NBA that they can workout in Lexington during the lockout, don't you just start sweating on behalf of every Wildcat fan out there?

Of course, there's probably nothing wrong with this. Any university would welcome the opportunity to have their top alumni back in the fold, even for a little while, to drum up some interest and good will.

The only snafu could come if any of Calipari's "guests" and visiting recruits end up in the same room together. But Coach Cal's too smart to let that happen. Or at least for you to find out about it for a couple years.

For more on the Kentucky Wildcats, visit A Sea of Blue.

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