john calipari 30 for 30. as these documentaries tend to do, this one humanized the guy a bit. i still suspect he’s shady, but i have a certain level of respect for a guy who basically found this niche in college basketball as a guy who cares more about the players getting their due in the nba, than some b.s. idea of doing what’s best for the game by sticking around longer. it’s real rich to hear an old white guy like jim calhoun talk about staying 4 years for the good of the game when he doesn’t have to worry about providing for everyone in his empoverished family. calipari realizes that for those lottery pick level guys that he’s going for, it makes little to no sense to stick around just to help ncaa basketball or their school.