Cal Calms Knicks Rumor

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Updated: 11/22/2013 7:14 pm
Once again the rumors surfaced this week that Coach Cal may be a candidate for the next head coach of the New York Knicks.

But once again Cal calmed Solid Blue fans minds today by saying he's happy where he is.

It's about purpose in Lexington.  Taking someone's son and helping him reach his dream is Cal's purpose right now.  That's Cal's take on being at UK.

But does he worry about the NBA rumors?  Do they hurt his team?  Or is there any impact at all when they come around, as they always do, that he'll actually leave Kentucky one day for another coaching gig?

Cal on those questions in the video.
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