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    GRANTLAND: John Calipari is ruining college basketball

    But not for the reason you think. (Well, sort of the reason you think.) Anyway, interesting read:

    Kentucky might lose this weekend. Better teams than the Wildcats (UNLV in '91, Georgetown in '85, UCLA in '74) have lost in the season's last weekend, and college basketball is built for meaningful, memorable upsets. But if this happens, I will be shocked. I would be less surprised if they beat Louisville by 15 and Kansas by 20. Jayhawk Thomas Robinson is usually described as the best player in the country, but Anthony Davis is already better (and improving in real time, right in front of our eyes). He'll go no. 1 in the NBA draft. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist might be the second pick. Every guy Kentucky puts on the floor looks like some version of a pro: They're all highly skilled and weirdly unselfish. It's not unfair, but it feels that way. So I expect Kentucky to crush everyone. I expect them to win for entirely predictable reasons. But then I will sit in my dark living room on Monday night and wonder: What happens now?

    I'm not going to take any shots at John Calipari, because I'm starting to think he's a pretty decent dude. When CBS interviewed Calipari and Davis the day after the Cats obliterated Indiana in the South Regional, they displayed a rapport that suggests Calipari is simply unlike the vast majority of men who spend their adult lives screaming at 19-year-olds for failing to box out. What makes him different, I suspect, is that he cares about "young people" more than he cares about The Game Of Basketball. And that's a deceptively complex perspective.

    I'm sure every coach in America would claim they care more about their individual players than about the sport itself, because it seems draconian to place a game above a human. Yet part of the lesson of sports (or at least what we always tell children) is that individuals must subjugate themselves to the team — and not just to win, but to show some level of amorphous "respect" for the game itself. I'm not sure I still believe this, or even if I ever believed it at all. But I do know that people who devote their lives to basketball tend to value it in a manner that transcends the involvement of all those who participate temporarily. In the specific, it's easy to view Anthony Davis as more important than a random SEC game; in the abstract, whoever plays power forward for Kentucky is really just another impermanent pawn, contributing to a physical art form that will exist long after the death of everyone reading this column. If you love basketball, part of your mind (conflicted though it may be) needs to recognize and understand that kind of philosophical invention. But Calipari does not think that way, and that's why guys like Bob Knight won't even utter his name in public. Somehow, he's both a good person and an amoral contrarian. He's more important than he probably realizes.

    Calipari has professionalized college sports,1 which is great for him and good for his recruits. It's just discomforting for anyone who likes NCAA basketball, assuming they're drawn to the same game that lives within their memory. He's built awesome teams for seven consecutive seasons, usually by overhauling his entire roster with transitory superstars who are only attending college because there's no reasonable alternative. He's completely up-front about this strategy, and it's irrefutably effective. In his three years at Kentucky, he's never lost a home game. But here's the rub: Every season, something goes wrong at the end — and that validates his critics. While coaching Memphis in the 2008 final, Calipari had the superior squad, but they couldn't make free throws and lost in OT.2 At Kentucky in 2010, he had an obscene collection of talent (four of his starters went in the first round of the draft), but they self-destructed in the clutch, just as everyone who hates Calipari always insisted they would.3 It's like there's this indefinable weakness to his system that everyone4 hopes will eventually emerge; somehow, we want to believe that the way Calipari conducts business is intangibly doomed (because that reinforces the traditional view of what team sports are supposed to represent). It's not unlike the way most NBA observers are predisposed to root against the Miami Heat: You should not be able to succeed in this way. You should not be able to arbitrarily construct a Super Team that automatically achieves Super Greatness. It cheapens the experience. It feels cold and uncreative. That's why traditionalists are always relieved when Calipari's template collapses: It suggests there's some inherent flaw to his philosophy that even he cannot see. It balances the system.

    But not this time.

    It does not appear that Kentucky will lose a game by choking at the line (they made 35 of 37 versus Indiana) or by imploding in the closing minutes (oddly, they inevitably seem more mature than the veterans they face). They play prison-yard defense and swing the rock. Anything is possible in a single-elimination tournament, but these Wildcats looks less prone to self-induced injury. So let's assume Kentucky succeeds. Let's assume they rampage through their final two games. It will disprove a lot of lingering suspicions about what does (and doesn't) work. It will mean that winning a title with freshmen and sophomores is not only plausible, but logical and inarguable. That realization will knock the system out of balance. Right now, there are always two foolproof arguments against the Calipari ideal — it reflects badly on the university, and it breaks down in moments that matter most. No one is going to emulate a program with a bad reputation if the end result is the same as doing things the way they've always been done. But that argument evaporates the moment Calipari climbs a ladder and cuts a net. If Kentucky is simultaneously the most straightforward finishing school for future professionals and the best place to win a national championship, there's no reason for a blue-chip high school senior to go anywhere else. Calipari will dynastically dominate with a revolving door of sheer horsepower, and the only way other schools will be able to respond is by becoming exactly like him.

    Now, I'm not suggesting that every single college will turn into a clone of Kentucky, because that's impossible. There aren't enough good players in America for that to happen. But Calipari's scheme will become standard at a handful of universities where losing at basketball is unacceptable: North Carolina, Syracuse, Kansas, UCLA, and maybe even Duke. These schools already recruit one-and-done freshmen, but they'll have to go further; they'll have to be as transparent about their motives as Calipari is (because transparency is the obsession of modernity). If they resist, they will fade. And the result will be a radical amplification of what the game has already become: There will be five schools sharing the 25 best players in the country, and all the lesser programs will kill each other for the right to lose to those five schools in the Sweet 16. It will skew the competitive balance of major conferences and split D-I basketball into two completely unequal tiers. Final Four games will look more and more like sloppy pro games, and national interest in college basketball will wane (even if the level of play technically increases).5 In 10 years, it might be a niche sport for people like me — people who can't get over the past.

    Kentucky totally deserves to win. But I sure hope they don't.
    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...ege-basketball

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    I don't think Kentucky winning it all will have the ramifications this author thinks it will. If you follow his premise that other schools will jump on the bandwagon and build teams like Kentucky does then obviously that will collectively weaken those types of teams. If theirs currently only a few schools splitting the one and done pie and 5 more join, each team will be weaker than the current few doing it due to the finite amount of one and done players. This weakening of teams following that paradigm will allow for teams who build around 4 year players to win more often.

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    man I hope other teams ape his style because this kentucky team has been so fun to watch

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    That's a ridiculous theory.

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    Theories are very important.

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    i think the author fails to realize that while calipari is the master of "one & dones," that doesn't necessarily mean a veteran team can't compete.

    kentucky will probably win it, but i really hope that louisville gives them a run for their money.

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    I wish Grantland Rice would emerge from the grave and $#@!ing choke all the $#@!ty writers who are on that site polishing their turd writing with his name.

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    I personally don't think this Kentucky team will win it. I do enjoy up-tempo basketball and I like how the Wildcats play. I absolutely $#@!ing hate the Bo Ryan style of basketball. I'm a huge proponent of how the Runnin' Rebels played 20 years ago, as well as the 40 minutes of hell Razorbacks under Nolan Richardson. I can't stand these control freaks that don't let the players play. I guess it's why I always loved Tom Penders and his Runnin' Horns. He let his players play ball and didn't call a play every trip down the floor. I know Penders is a big supporter of how Kentucky plays and so am I. I miss the era when teams pushed the tempo and tried to wear you out by constantly pushing the ball after a make or a miss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runthebone View Post
    I wish Grantland Rice would emerge from the grave and $#@!ing choke all the $#@!ty writers who are on that site polishing their turd writing with his name.
    This. Chuck Klosterman is ruining sports writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhouse View Post
    man I hope other teams ape his style because this kentucky team has been so fun to watch
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    Calipari is ruining basketball because he's balls deep with Worldwide Wes who "suggests" that the kids go wherever Calipari is. He's the top sleaze in a sleazy sport.

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    The one and done rule is a problem. It's not fair that the risk of injury is on the kid and his family and not on the billionaire nba owners. Let's see how it play out as soon as a clear cut number 1 overall pick out of high school suffers a career ending knee blow out in his one pointless year of college basketball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runthebone View Post
    I wish Grantland Rice would emerge from the grave and $#@!ing choke all the $#@!ty writers who are on that site polishing their turd writing with his name.
    Cosign...and Calipari has $#@!ing cheated everywhere he has gone...SEC is a great fit for him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spit and tears View Post
    This. Chuck Klosterman is ruining sports writing.
    Klosterman's writing on grantland has been ridiculously lazy. Simmons needs to cut him loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msbesq View Post
    Calipari is ruining basketball because he's balls deep with Worldwide Wes who "suggests" that the kids go wherever Calipari is. He's the top sleaze in a sleazy sport.
    Yep. And it disgusts me how the mainstream media chooses to turn a blind eye and glorify Cal and his teams. I mean, I understand that without hardcore proof they can't exactly go to press calling him a cheater, but how about having a little bit of $#@!ing integrity instead of slurping all over him? Implicitly condoning cheating by glorifying it is nearly as dirty as the cheating itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runthebone View Post
    I wish Grantland Rice would emerge from the grave and $#@!ing choke all the $#@!ty writers who are on that site polishing their turd writing with his name.
    It is uneven but there is some outstanding writing on that site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMT View Post
    I guess it's why I always loved Tom Penders and his Runnin' Horns. He let his players play ball and didn't call a play every trip down the floor.


    From about the time Reggie Freeman started going 1-on-5 and chucking up 30 shots a game, I $#@!ing hated watching Tom's teams play.
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    I always enjoyed laughing when Terrence Rencher would pull up from 6th Street for another brick. I guess maybe he made one of those in practice one day and figured he couldn't miss. I don't ever remember him making one of them.

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    How is that theory going to work out when Calipari is coaching the Knicks next year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alincoln View Post
    Klosterman's writing on grantland has been ridiculously lazy. Simmons needs to cut him loose.
    Who watches the watchers? Simmons has steadily become a tired caricature of himself over the last decade.

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    I hate Calipari. I thought this article was decent. I guess I'm in the minority here. Such is life.

    I do agree that Simmons has gone downhill. I still read him, but I often ask myself why. I did like his NBA book though- thought it was really good. He's been mailing in his columns on ESPN ever since he started working for Kimmell 8 or 10 years ago. Then, when he quit that gig he wrote the red sox book, then the book of basketball and he's been mailing in his day to day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alincoln View Post
    Klosterman's writing on grantland has been ridiculously lazy. Simmons needs to cut him loose.
    I dont read much Grantland but generally loved CK in the past. This is a disappoint.

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    I still enjoy reading Simmons and they've done a thing a few times like "Grantland Emails The Grammys" that is the whole staff writing snarky comments about stuff they're all watching at the same time, and that $#@! is hilarious. And Andy Greenwald, Brian Phillips and Charles Pierce are excellent writers, plus they have good guest writers like Dave Kindred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hookemATL View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by runthebone View Post
    I wish Grantland Rice would emerge from the grave and $#@!ing choke all the $#@!ty writers who are on that site polishing their turd writing with his name.
    Have you actually read Grantland Rice's writing? He's the sportswriting equivalent of King Crimson...

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    Quote Originally Posted by formermav43 View Post
    That's a ridiculous theory.
    thats a riciculous statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underdog View Post

    The counter in that the writing is even worse? That was some truly terrible writing.

    He's the top sleaze in a sleazy sport.
    Key bit. I agree with Bob Knight of all people on what Calipari is, but I didn't hear much outcry over Jim Calhoun winning last year. I see KSU fans clamoring to hire Bruce Pearl. The sport is nearly nothing but sleaze, and to pretend otherwise is naive. At a very high level, this behavior is condoned. The NCAA's existence is dependent on the Final Four, so there will never be much of a reckoning. Too much money built on free labor. As the original article put it, let's just be transparent about what things are and quit pretending that "college" has anything to do with this sport at a high level.

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    the fact that Bobby Knight hates Calipari so much makes me love Knight more and more

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    I find it hard to get too worked up about Calipari and other cheaters because the system is so $#@!ed and hypocritical as it is. The NCAA is in charge of this billion dollar profit engine - built on the backs of unpaid workers - and they get high and mighty when someone gives a broke college kid $100 to buy some $#@!ing shoes.

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    Calipari is ruining basketball because he's balls deep with Worldwide Wes who "suggests" that the kids go wherever Calipari is. He's the top sleaze in a sleazy sport.
    This

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    I fully expect this and last year's Final Four appearances to be vacated. I also don't expect them to win the title. Even with NBA teams on the court, Calipari hasn't shown that he can win a title that he would later have to vacate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STFU Donny View Post
    I find it hard to get too worked up about Calipari and other cheaters because the system is so $#@!ed and hypocritical as it is. The NCAA is in charge of this billion dollar profit engine - built on the backs of unpaid workers - and they get high and mighty when someone gives a broke college kid $100 to buy some $#@!ing shoes.
    Free room, free tuition, free food, a stipend, that's hardly what I'd call an unpaid worker. Most colleges don't turn a profit, so paying players would screw all but about 20-30 colleges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Banner Year View Post
    Free room, free tuition, free food, a stipend, that's hardly what I'd call an unpaid worker. Most colleges don't turn a profit, so paying players would screw all but about 20-30 colleges.
    Eh, the world isn't fair. The best players will command the highest prices. Can't afford it? Too bad. If they're going to let Caliparis roam around, they might as well legitimize it. The NCAA is going to keep pissing people off, and the SEC SEC SEC will eventually Ft. Sumter their asses, bring along the Big 6, and things are going to get interesting. I loathe the NCAA.

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    As always, Asher Roth sums it up best. In this article he also picked UK to beat UL by 8 points and KU to beat Ohio State. White rappers ftw

    I think Calipari finally wins a National Championship. He’s not that bad of a guy. I don’t know why everybody hates on him. Sure, he’s on some gangster $#@!, but it’s real in the field. It’s real out here. You have to win some championships.

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