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Brad Calipari Averages Double Figures in International Basketball Trip

After eight days of basketball in Croatia, Brad Calipari returns to the United States with an impressive stat sheet.

The UK sophomore wing and head coach’s son averaged 14.3 points, 6.5 assists and 3.3 rebounds in four games against Croatian professional teams in the Global Sports Academy event.  His best performance was his first.  Calipari scored 17 points, dished out 7 assists and grabbed 4 rebounds in his Croatian debut.

Calipari is the fifth Wildcat on the 2017-18 roster to play against international competition this offseason.  Hamidou Diallo and P.J. Washington played for Coach Calipari on Team USA at the U19 World Cup, Tai Wynyard played in the same tournament for New Zealand and Sacha Killeya-Jones is playing for Great Britain’s EuroBasket team.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

11 Comments for Brad Calipari Averages Double Figures in International Basketball Trip



  1. runningunnin.454
    12:21 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

    Uh oh, another two and done?



  2. Kat4Life
    12:58 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

    He can shoot. Obviously not a super athlete but he can shoot.



    • Luether
      2:32 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

      He’s not a good shooter – just look at his college stats – and he can’t create his own shot. Just sayin…



    • BBNDan7
      10:14 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

      He literally played like 25 minutes all season. There’s absolutely no statistical significance to any of his stats. Just sayin….



  3. Catcasey1
    1:23 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

    Really



  4. kuhlkat
    1:48 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

    I wonder what his FG % was



  5. Daddyof3Ballers
    4:24 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

    Those had to be the worst professional players ever…not hating just being real. Poor guy wouldn’t have started on my high school team..



    • BigBlueMeade
      7:40 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

      Really dude?



  6. A_Blue_Wildcat
    11:55 pm August 12, 2017 Permalink

    Does anyone have footage of the games? Not trying to be mean but I have a hard time believing the competition was any good since Brad couldn’t even average these numbers in high school (and it’s not like he played for an elite high school team).



  7. FlySoup
    12:29 am August 13, 2017 Permalink

    I thought brad played point, not wing



  8. Kevin C
    9:23 pm August 13, 2017 Permalink

    Momma gonna be like “See, I told you. PLAY HIM!”