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I understand with the past success of Calipari putting guy's into the pro's after one year how most feel that will also happen this year. There are a few differences though mainly some guy's are not or have not performed up to par. I know Proythress has had decent numbers but against the good teams he's not shown up except in the Duke game. WCS has potential but he's a long way from being able to play in the NBA and Calipari will tell him so, he steps on campus and was considered a three or four year guy and now everyone say's he's one and done. He came to UK to become an NBA talent but his game is nowhere close potential or not to being able to play in the league and neither is Alex. Alex can be dominant and he better be if he wants to go in the lottery because there are plenty of guys at his position that would go in front of him. The boy from UNLV, Arizona, Georgetown, Florida, and thats just to name a few so Alex has to step up or he too may end up back on UK's campus and thats not a bad thing. Not all of Cals guys are going to pan out hell right now I think Kyle has been playing better and harder than Cauley or Proythress and he's not going anywhere and he has potential as well..
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