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Jones and Teague On Next Season's Cats

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Updated: 8/05/2012 12:04 am
During John Calipari's Pro Camps this week, several former players made their way back to Lexington and took part in the fun.

Marquis Teague said he's close to a deal with the Chicago Bulls and plans on signing the dotted line when he returns to the Windy City.

Terrence Jones didn't even blink at the fact the Rockets might trade him.  He said he's just going to practice and prepare as he would regardless of the situation.

Both former Cats chimed in on what they think next year's team might be like.

Check it out in the video!
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