Emmanuel Mudiay Has “Mad Respect” For Kentucky Wildcats and Head Coach John Calipari
Emmaneul Mudiay has been backpedaling a bit as far as recruiting, and so if you are a Kentucky Wildcats’ fan who wanted the point guard to roll with John Calipari then the piece below is for you.
One time UK target Emmanuel Mudiay still has "mad respect for this state, that school, Coach Cal and all of them." http://t.co/kQReCKCcho
— Chip Miller (@UKBIGBLUENATION) January 11, 2014
On a related note, found out today that the high school national championship is going to be at Madison Square Garden. That is cool news in one respect, but it is also being renamed in a really tacky way that do not even want to type here right now. Will get into it a bit more tomorrow, but, needless to say, advertising runs the world. Or at least the money portion of it; know it exists here at Rant Sports too, but just try to be a beacon of truth amid all of the noise.
We will have to see if Mudiay can make it back to NHSI, and with the name change it will be interesting to see if the spirit of the venue changes at all. My bet is that it will, but will withhold judgement until get to see how things are arranged. Mudiay will not be a Wildcat, but he might play against John Calipari one day. We shall see.
That is all for today and will leave you as always with some fortune cookie wisdom.
“It ought to be illegal for an artist to marry. If the artist must marry let him find someone more interested in art, or his art, or the artist part of him, than in him. After which let them take tea together three times a week.” -Ezra Pound
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