Adrian Wojnarowski & Frank Isola -- that Calipari is already lined up to take the Knicks head coaching job. While we all try not to laugh at the thoughts of Melo trying to play Calipari-level defense, let's look at how that affects college basketball and even the Buffs. If Cal goes, who replaces him? Kentucky is a BIG TIME job (note: this is NOT an excuse for people to post their Boyle paranoia. He wouldn't even be on their radar). Along with being a good coach and a great recruiter, you have to have an attitude or an aura about yourself to be accepted as Kentucky's coach. You haev to have a bit of a rock star attitude. So who's out there? Someone mentioned this on Jeff Borzello's twitter feed and it makes a lot of sense -- I could see Arizona's Sean Miller going there. He's a good coach, he's a damn good recruiter (he currently has the #1 class in America, although Kentucky once they land Shabazz and Noel will probably bump them to #2) and as we all saw in the PAC-12 tournament, he gives a great press conference. He was halfway out the door last year with rumors to Maryland and NC State, but if Kentucky calls I don't think he says no. Who are the other options? Brad Stevens is a phenomenal coach, but does he have the sizzle Kentucky wants? Shaka Smart isn't the big time recruiter that Kentucky wants. Izzo, K, Williams, Self...those guys aren't leaving their jobs. Billy Donovan? I don't know if he'd leave Florida. That Matta and Bo Ryan both are too old and have good gigs now. Thoughts?