Leaving Kentucky doesn’t guarantee success. Here’s how some Calipari-era transfers fared Reviewed by Momizat on . LEXINGTON, Ky. – Roster turnover has been the norm in John Calipari’s tenure at Kentucky. It should come as no surprise then that with every new group of vaunte LEXINGTON, Ky. – Roster turnover has been the norm in John Calipari’s tenure at Kentucky. It should come as no surprise then that with every new group of vaunte Rating:
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Leaving Kentucky doesn’t guarantee success. Here’s how some Calipari-era transfers fared

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Roster turnover has been the norm in John Calipari’s tenure at Kentucky. It should come as no surprise then that with every new group of vaunted freshmen to arrive on campus there might be a few upperclassmen left to wonder about their roles moving forward. And it’s only natural some of those players might look elsewhere for greener pastures. “The bottom line is kids want to play,” Gary DeCesare, the high school coach of former Wildcat Charles Matthews, recently told Courier Journal. “And if they don’t play, you’re not going to be happy. That’s just the way it is.” Matthews is the new poster boy for Kentucky transfers. Facing an uncertain role in a loaded backcourt in Lexington,

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