Kentucky gives Calipari a raise
The school said Friday it awarded an 8.3 percent increase annually in compensation from media rights and endorsements over the remaining seven years of his deal for a guaranteed $36.5 million.
Calipari will receive $5.2 million annually from endorsements, base salary and retention bonuses for each of the next six years. The deal increases to $5.3 million in 2018-19. He can also earn up to $850,000 a year in performance bonuses.
Kentucky also announced it had extended the contracts of assistant coaches Orlando Antigua, Kenny Payne and John Robic.
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