Editorâ€™s Note: The following was written by Harold Leeder, editor-in-chief of The New Circle Circular, Lexingtonâ€™s #1 source of fake news you canâ€™t count on.
During the game against Vanderbilt last night Isiah Briscoe slipped on a wet spot on the court and narrowly avoided injury. The incident drew the ire of the Kentucky coaching staff during and after the game. “Welcome to Trump’s America,” said John Calipari to start off his post game press conference last night. The Kentucky Coach was upset after the second incident in two games in which a wet spot on the floor has caused a broughaha. “There should not be wet spots like this all over the place, this isn’t the ceiling at Minardi Hall for heaven’s sake,” the coach ranted.
“This is just how it’s going to be now I guess,” said Assistant Coach Kenny Payne. “We’re all going to have to deal with slick spots in our path.” Coach Payne did note however that we could all learn from Isiah Briscoe. “The way that kid overcame the security hazards and slip ups to pull us to victory, inspiring.”
Calipari ended his rant on the situation saying only “nothing gold can stay when the managers do their job.”