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April 19, 2021

Brad Stevens turned down $70 million offer from Indiana, per report

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:15pm April 19, 2021 4/19/21

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Not even $70 million could get Brad Stevens to go to Indiana. Over the weekend, Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Hoosiers were prepared to offer the Boston Celtics head coach and Indiana native a seven-year, $70 million contract, which would make him the highest-paid coach in college basketball per annual salary. Still, Stevens said no.…

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March 19, 2021

Who will be Indiana’s next coach? Let’s check the Vegas odds.

Drew Franklin 3:00pm March 19, 2021 3/19/21

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Indiana fans are convinced they’re getting Brad Stevens as the Hoosiers’ next head coach, but the gambling odds aren’t as confident in Stevens leaving the Boston Celtics for Bloomington. Over at BetOnline.ag, Texas Tech’s Chris Beard is the betting favorite at 2/1 odds, followed by Baylor’s Scott Drew at 3/1 and former Michigan head coach…

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December 23, 2020

LINK: The NBA’s most stolen play came from Georgetown College

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:00pm December 23, 2020 12/23/20

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With the NBA season now underway, how about a fun Kentucky connection that has nothing to do with how many players UK has put in the pros? Earlier this week, The Wall Street Journal’s Ben Cohen wrote about “the NBA’s most stolen play,” which originated at Georgetown College in the 1980s and eventually ended up…

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May 14, 2020

Brad Stevens will join John Calipari on next week’s episode of Coffee With Cal

Jack Pilgrim 3:00pm May 14, 2020 5/14/20

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John Calipari’s run of impressive special guests on “Coffee With Cal” is set to continue next week. After hosting Keith VanHorn, Sam Cassell, Kerry Kittles, and Sherman Douglas – all former New Jersey Nets under Calipari – last week, along with the likes of Mark Cuban, Bill Clinton, Charles Barkley, and Larry Fitzgerald in previous…

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