Calipari Q&A: 'Talent Alone Does Not Win; Team Has to Play for Each Other'

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Calipari Q&A: 'Talent Alone Does Not Win; Team Has to Play for Each Other'
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The University of Kentucky comes off one of the most disappointing seasons in its storied basketball history, as the Wildcats followed up a national title in 2011-12 with a 21-12 finish and an ignoble first-round NIT exit at the hands of Robert Morris one year later. But optimism abounds in Lexington heading into this year, as a talented freshman class including six McDonald's All-Americans, highlighted by twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, has the Cats on a short list of serious national title contenders.

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