ESPN working on '30 for 30' documentary on John Calipari

John Calipari is getting ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentary treatment, a publicist for the network and the University of Kentucky confirmed Tuesday. , co-author of Calipari’s 2009 book “Bounce Back” who now works in ESPN’s public relations department, broke the news on Twitter that a film about the Wildcats’ coach, directed by award-winning Jonathan Hock, is coming in the fall. UK spokesman Eric Lindsey confirmed it. (Louisville Courier-Journal)


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