John Calipari is set to purchase a new house in Lexington. It has 10,000 square feet and will cost close to $3 million.
But here’s what really sticks out to me: the home has seven bedrooms … and eight full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. So three more bathrooms (10) than it has bedrooms (7).
Why, under any circumstances, is it necessary for a home to have more bathrooms than it has bedrooms? Ten bathrooms? Really?
Even if all seven bedrooms are occupied with guests, what are the chances every guest will be needing a bathroom at the same time? And why are three extra bathrooms still needed?
How bad of a cook is Mrs. Calipari?
There really is only one explanation: John Calipari, and everyone close to him, is even more full of sh!t than we thought.