Mays Answers Cal's Big Question

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Updated: 12/09/2012 7:18 pm
Following Kentucky's 74-46 win over Portland on Saturday, John Calipari asked his guys if they want to be one of the best teams in the country.

So far, Cal doesn't think they get it.  He says they're maybe top 50, but more likely to be in the 50-100 bracket.

Right now, Calipari thinks his guys are okay with losing...okay with making it in the NIT if they don't get in the NCAA tournament.

Julius Mays, the team elder as the senior transfer from Wright State, answered Cal's question when asked by the media.

"Right now, we hear him...we just aren't full bought in yet."

So what are the Cats?  Where can they go? 

Hear much more from Cal and Mays in response in the attached video.
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