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After Visiting Langford in Atlanta, Cal is Back in Indy

Cal sits with Twany Beckham and John Robic while watching Romeo Langford in Atlanta (@3stripehoops)

Cal sits with Twany Beckham and John Robic while watching Romeo Langford in Atlanta (@3stripehoops)

Cal sits with Twany Beckham and John Robic while watching Romeo Langford in Atlanta (@3stripehoops)

Calipari spent the morning recruiting with Kenny Payne at the Nike EYBL tournament in Indianapolis.  When the morning session ended, he hopped on a jet to meet up with Twany Beckham and John Robic in Atlanta to see Romeo Langford play in the adidas Uprising tournament.  Now, Cal is back in Indy to watch Kevin Knox against DeAndre Ayton.

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I don’t understand either.  I know private jets are fast, but Clark Kent doesn’t go city to city that quickly.  I don’t know how he did it, but I know he loves the way Romeo Langford plays.  His actions speak for themselves.

His nightcap includes a game featuring 2018’s #1 player, power forward Marvin Bagley, and 2017 Findlay Prep power forward P.J. Washington.

Who knows, I may be back in an hour to tell you Cal is back in Atlanta.  The man can’t stop, won’t stop.

Article written by Nick Roush

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

3 Comments for After Visiting Langford in Atlanta, Cal is Back in Indy



  1. DelrayCat
    7:12 pm April 23, 2016 Permalink

    This post typifies what is so often under-reported. Cal doesn’t “pay” recruits, “lure” them to KY with false promises, or hustle them in any way.

    Cal is simply the best at what he does by out-working all his competitors. Period.

    Although, I sure wish I had a private jet so I could maybe have lunch in New Orleans and then dinner in Vegas.



    • WeareBBN
      2:52 am April 24, 2016 Permalink

      Have you ever been to these tourneys. Almost all coaches are there from all levels of college ball. The Big Schools, dUKe, UNC, MSU, KU etc. go to a few in a day when needed. I remember a few years back I met Izzo in Orlando at the AAU Nationals and that night I am watching AAU from Vegas and Izzo was there. Smaller schools obviously don’t have the budget for that but all the big guys do. In addition their assistants are there for when 2 or more kids are playing at the same times.



  2. CatBlue in LR
    6:04 pm April 24, 2016 Permalink

    Twanny Beckham? Is he on the staff now? What’d I miss?