A couple of Kentucky players may not play in Canada

John Calipari
John Calipari - photo by Andy Lyons | Getty

Calipari said freshman forward is out with an ankle injury and might not be able to play in Canada. Jones would still go on the trip. The 6-9 Jones was a huge get for Calipari after Jones initially committed to out of Jefferson High in Oregon. Jones will likely be one of the top producers from the wing.  Enes Kanter, a heralded 6-9 center out of Turkey, was “more skilled than I thought,’’ Calipari said. Kanter is academically eligible, according to Calipari, but is still going through his amateurism clearance. Calipari doesn’t expect a hiccup for the season but Kanter might not be cleared to play prior to the trip.

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