Kentucky coach John Calipari said on ESPN that he knew the Hornets would select Malik Monk, because Monk’s game is reminiscent of Michael Jordan’s when he played for the Chicago Bulls.
Kentucky coach John Calipari said on ESPN that he knew the Hornets would select Malik Monk, because Monk’s game is reminiscent of Michael Jordan’s when he played for the Chicago Bulls. Frank Franklin II AP
Kentucky coach John Calipari said on ESPN that he knew the Hornets would select Malik Monk, because Monk’s game is reminiscent of Michael Jordan’s when he played for the Chicago Bulls. Frank Franklin II AP

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