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Don’t Worry Calipari, Marquis Teague is on Board

April 28, 2010

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So I had heard about the (fake) John Calipari sending Marquis Teague a message on facebook a couple days ago, but had yet to see a screenshot today. This appears to be a screenshot of (fake) Calipari’s facebook inbox. In it you’ll see Marquis Teague is on board with all the shady s@#t him and Cal are into.

Of course I may just want to believe this is true, but why would Teague even answer if he thought it was a fake? I’m sure the Louisville fans are all over this as they’re more than pissed on how Teague’s recruitment ended(in fact, this is where the screenshot came from apparently, kudos). There was talk of Cal having Lebron James call Teague to seal the deal. The whole marriage between Cal, Lebron, World Wide Wes, and Nike really has me sick with the NCAA who turns it’s head as they count their billions of dollars. But that’s for another story.

For now, enjoy (fake) Calipari’s duping of Marquis Teague, but don’t hold your breath, nothing will ever come of it.

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Calipari Pushing Patrick Patterson Out the Door

April 8, 2010

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John Calipari is at it again. In a trend that’s sure to become common practice at Kentucky, Coach Cal is setting the revolving door of players in motion. Just last week, Cal made sure everyone at the McDonald’s All-American game knew 5 players would be leaving early to turn pro. Yesterday, the school released a statement confirming that John Wall, Demarcus Cousins, Patrick Patterson, Daniel Orton, and Eric Bledsoe would in fact be leaving school early.

Unfortunately, this was news to Patrick Patterson and his family according to his mother.  Vaught’s Views ran a story with quotes from his mother:

“I found out UK released a statement saying Patrick and the four freshmen are leaving for the NBA and will declare for the draft,” said Tywanna Patterson Wednesday night. “I said, ‘Really, nobody told me.”

“I have a problem with it going out and not being official. It is his decision. He has not declared for the draft and once he does he can’t back out because he declared for the draft last year.”

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