Jay Bilas claims college programs don't 'produce' NBA players. John Calipari disagrees

In a press conference after the NBA draft, Kentucky coach John Calipari answered Jay Bilas' opinion that college programs do not 'produce' NBA talent.       
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Trump calls Kamala Harris an ‘opponent everyone dreams of’ in Twitter burn
President Trump noted Kamala Harris’ failed 2020 presidential run, saying she finished “weak” and adding that she’s a challenger “everyone dreams of!” “@KamalaHarris started strong in the Democrat Primaries, and finished weak, ultimately fleeing the race with almost zero support. That’s the kind of opponent everyone dreams of!,” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday. The morning...
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Italy's "wine windows" are reopening amid the pandemic
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Decomposing corpse discovered inside basement of historic Paris mansion during restoration
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Pro-Trump Georgia Democrat: Kamala Harris is 'the wrong person' to win over Black voters
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As the US moves out of Afghanistan, Iran cements ties with the Taliban and officials
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Chicago locals fight off protesters and shut down BLM rally to prevent looting
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Trump indicates that campaign rallies may be no more
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New 'Arthur' video teaching kids how to combat racism dedicated to the memory of Rep. John Lewis
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Florida family files lawsuit after 8-year-old arrested for allegedly hitting teacher
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Sumner Redstone, billionaire media mogul, dead at 97
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Police chief who forced Jackie Robinson to leave game has name removed from park
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