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Cal In The Shower Means Time To Think

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Updated: 11/07/2013 10:33 pm
College basketball coaches, much like any of us these days, find little time to think.

But for a guy like John Calipari, that time dwindles down to really the only time he has alone.

James Young didn't practice Wednesday but did run after being late for a treatment on that injured ankle.  That's one thing Cal has to think about.

Then of course there's the question he has to ask every year, "When will this team be great and how long do I have to get it there?"

Scheduling, charity and event functions...it never stops for Cal, except maybe once a day...when he can clear it all out by myself...in the shower.

More on that in the video.

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