Kentucky's Calipari says team had to figure things out to meet potential

Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari waves to the crowd as he leaves the court after...

Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari waves to the crowd as he leaves the court after defeating the Michigan Wolverines in the final of the midwest regional of the 2014 NCAA Mens Basketball Championship tournament at Lucas Oil Stadium. (Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports)

RYAN WOLSTAT, QMI AGENCY

, Last Updated: 3:34 PM ET

It's going to be difficult to keep the attention at this Final Four on the players and not the coaches.

Florida's Billy Donovan and Wisconsin's Bo Ryan are coaching legends that always give good quotes, while newcomer Kevin Ollie is an NBA veteran that's already delivering when the notebooks come out.

But, there's only one John Calipari. The master showman himself.

He was the star of the show Monday, when the four coaches each had a conference call with the media.

When he wasn't firing off shots, Calipari was deftly explaining how his underachieving young team went from bums to heroes over the past few weeks.

Kentucky is the first team with five freshman starters to make the Final Four in 22 years.

“You can't skip steps Calipari began.”

“Most in the media don't know enough about basketball to know what I've done (with altering the way his point guards play). When the season is over, I'll go through point by point how I did it. You'll be ab


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