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Pitino On K, Wojnarowski

Louisville coach lines up against Wojnarowski and (surprise) Calipari, who Jim Boeheim ID'd as the primary source of Wojnarowski's ridiculous recent article.

There's no caption. We just like this photo of Rick Pitino.
There's no caption. We just like this photo of Rick Pitino.
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Rick Pitino weighed in on the Adrian Wojnarowski hit piece on Coach K from Farleigh Dickinson, where he is helping out with the Brayden Carr Foundation's clinic (this is run by Danny Hurley's assistant at Rhode Island, Jimmy Carr and his wife, who lost their son in 2011 when he was just two.

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Here's what he had to say:

"I don’t know that he does or he doesn’t, I really don’t, but if he does, he deserves it. He’s earned it because of all the time spent coaching these guys. He’s coaching pros, he’s not coaching college guys. Billy [Donovan] and Jay [Wright] and those guys are coaching the younger guys, so I don’t know what advantage he has, if he does or doesn’t. If he does, I think he’s earned it. I don’t think it matters. It’s like when people used to say, I used to work the Five Star Camp, they said I had an advantage. I went there as a camper, I worked there as a counselor for 15 years, so I probably did have an advantage, but I earned that advantage."