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Hardly Committed E16: James Wiseman to Memphis and The Client

After a rough start to the week in Kentucky basketball recruiting, Hardly Committed is here to talk about it all.  If you don’t want the James Wiseman news to get you down, The Annex’s discussion on The Client will cheer you up.  Highlights:

— Is the sky falling?

— A one-minute Winthrop recap

— Where it went wrong with Wiseman. 

— Who is this Anthony Edwards guy?

— Should Calipari consider coaching staff changes? 

— The process the staff uses to scout grad transfers.

— Dating women with the same name is an odd podcast trend.

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3 Comments for Hardly Committed E16: James Wiseman to Memphis and The Client

  1. Not Dan Issel
    6:20 pm November 21, 2018 Permalink

    Where we missed the boat with Wiseman is that Cal should have hired Penny as an assistant coach and then we would have been assured of signing Wiseman along with others.

    • FlatTopsAndBlockedShots
      10:02 pm November 21, 2018 Permalink

      Coincidence you mention that, before Cal’s Team USA fiasco they were kicking around hiring him as they were about to get very serious with Wiseman but Wiseman had just transferred to Memphis East to be coached by Penny so things never really materialized. Not even a meeting with Penny even though it was seriously considered. It was even still considered until a little after they offered Wiseman as Penny sat in a couple of Calipari’s in home visits.

    • UKfanforlife
      9:34 am November 22, 2018 Permalink

      Memphis was very smart to hire Penny, who had two top players that he could bring to the team in his first year. It is a spectacular short term move that could payoff, long term.. Who knows.

      The BS that Cal has lost his touch, is ludicrous.

      I do agree that Cal doesn’t have that superstar assistant recruiter on his staff that he has had in the past. Don’t know who he could pull in, to fill that role, but I would like to see a change.

      Kenny Payne and Joh Robic should be kept at all costs. The other two, I would replace, to get better recruiting. Who should Calipari bring in? Is there a former NBA guard who played under Cal. that could not only recruit but mentor a top PG every year?