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Official Twitter account of Kentucky head men's basketball coach John Calipari.
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John Calipari Jul 31
Happy birthday to ! One of the all-time great kids we've had here. Humble, genuine and a hard worker. Looking forward to seeing him compete in the NBA restart!
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John Calipari Jul 30
Good luck, ! Looking forward to watching some games!
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John Calipari Jul 30
My friend ’s podcast, with David Novak, premieres today! Be sure to subscribe and follow him for leadership advice. His guests and interviews are terrific.
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John Calipari Jul 29
Replying to @UKCoachCalipari
We are amazed at the number of coaches who have come together in a short time for this movement. We truly appreciate their commitment!!! If you have any questions as a candidate or to support this initiative, go to .
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John Calipari Jul 29
Replying to @UKCoachCalipari
We will post these jobs in waves. The initial posting will be approximately 20 or more jobs this week. The postings will continue for the next month.
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John Calipari Jul 29
Wanted to provide an update on the Minority Leadership Initiative. This coach-driven and funded initiative already has more than 70 coaches committed. We already have around 200 applicants as we begin to post jobs at universities from coast to coast.
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Kentucky Basketball Jul 29
: built different 😼🏀
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John Calipari Jul 27
Happy birthday to , who is an extremely valuable part of our program. Eric has a hand in almost everything we do and always puts our players first. Happy birthday!
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John Calipari Jul 26
Happy birthday to !!! Talented young man with a tremendous work ethic. Looking forward to getting back on the practice court with Devin this week!!!
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John Calipari Jul 25
My good friend Rusty Hyneman is having a birthday today!!! Miss seeing you my brother!!!
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John Calipari Jul 24
Great first week of individuals. Went a little old school with some of the things we did. Getting on that court and teaching is why we do what we do!
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John Calipari Jul 23
Looking forward to seeing our guys compete again. I know they're itching to go. Guys were having some big seasons before the break.
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HallPass Media Jul 22
Pickup Game is LIVE w/ , , & HC Tommy Amaker! These Coaches are ALL IN to help the McLendon Minority Leadership Initiative to provide access & opportunity to deserving minority candidates as Future Leaders.
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John Calipari Jul 21
We’ve got a determined, dedicated and hard-working group. We’ve got a long ways to go obviously but I like this group. Talent and some veterans. is way better and and have been great.
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John Calipari Jul 21
Little extra bounce in my step the last two days because I’ve had a chance to work with our guys. Hasn’t been much — just individuals — but getting to see their faces and talk a little basketball has me smiling.
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NACDA Jul 20
Back2⃣Back sessions happening 🔜 📆 Tuesday, July 21 🕐 1 p.m. ET 💻 "ALL IN for Future Leaders: The Minority Leadership Initiative" 🗣️ Tommy Amaker Register ⤵️
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John Calipari Jul 20
Replying to @UKCoachCalipari
Coach Smith and Coach Newton were trailblazers for our sport. Congressman Lewis was a trailblazer for us all. RIP, Congressman. Thank you for your service to this country.
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John Calipari Jul 20
Replying to @UKCoachCalipari
I always come back to this: Could I have been the coach who wasn’t afraid to have 5 African-American starters in the 60s & 70s? There’s a difference in doing it in the 30 yrs I’ve been coaching & the 30 yrs before. That took courage & that’s why I admire Dean Smith & C.M. Newton
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John Calipari Jul 20
Replying to @UKCoachCalipari
Congressman Lewis was persistently courageous, sustaining his beliefs through a lifetime of being told no, to being ignored & to being delayed!! That amazes me but I especially love what he said about getting in “good trouble” and “If not us, then who? If not now, then when?”
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John Calipari Jul 20
I never had the pleasure of meeting Congressman John Lewis, but his life was one I’ve admired since I first saw images of him on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. To know how young he was & that he then spent a lifetime committing to do what is right should resonate with us all.
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