John Calipari says he will be coaching at Kentucky at least 4-5 more years.
“My son’s now here so my son’s walking on, I’m not gonna leave,” Coach Cal told ESPN.com. “I would say four to five years is a lock and then after that, [shoot], I may be hanging it up. At that point I’d be 60, 61. I never thought I would coach past the age of 60 because I’m not … basketball isn’t my life.”
Here is an excerpt from ESPN:
Calipari's son, Brad Calipari, is a walk-on at Kentucky this season. The longtime Kentucky coach said he won't leave the program while his son is enrolled but he might leave coaching once his son's college career ends.
"My son's now here so my son's walking on, I'm not gonna leave," the 57-year-old Calipari told ESPN.com. "I would say four to five years is a lock and then after that, [shoot], I may be hanging it up. At that point I'd be 60, 61. I never thought I would coach past the age of 60 because I'm not ... basketball isn't my life."
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