Calipari imposes curfew after players in wreck

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - University of Kentucky basketball coach
John Calipari imposed a curfew on players two were involved in an
early morning wreck, even though no team rules were broken.

Calipari told the Lexington Herald-Leader the actions of "a
select few" showed an inability to use good judgment, prompting a
curfew for the rest of the season (http://bit.ly/vHatgk).

Lexington police say guard Stacey Poole and a second person
suffered minor injuries at about 2:30 a.m. EST Friday, when a car
driven by 22-year-old Scott M. Roseberry struck their SUV.

Calipari posted on his web site, CoachCal.com, that forward
Terrence Jones left the scene, fearing an altercation with the
driver, WLEX-TV in Lexington reported (http://bit.ly/rUqTvc). Jones
later went to the hospital after speaking with police.

Police charged Roseberry with DUI and insurance violations.


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