Thursday night’s NBA Draft was a crowning achievement of what many feared for a long time: College basketball is now John Calipari’s kingdom until he leaves or is forced out. Yes, coaches Mike Krzyzewski, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams and Billy Donovan have more NCAA titles, but the Kentucky boss is sitting on the throne. Calipari rules, and not just because his Wildcats are the defending national champion. The NBA ratified Calipari’s status as the college game’s new powerbroker by drafting his entire starting lineup for the second time in three years, including Darius Miller, a starter on UK’s 2009-10 team. That is an embarrassment of riches so obscene, it should almost be outlawed.