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Wednesday morning notes: Cal's camps, living in Lexington

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- In case you didn't see John Calipari's tweets Tuesday night, former UK player and current Detroit Piston Tayshaun Prince will be hosting all three days of Calipari's ProCamp from July 28-30. Also attending the camps will be Brandon Knight on July 28, DeAndre Liggins on July 29 and Josh Harrellson on July 30. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon for children K-6th grade and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for campers 7-12th grade. The former UK stars currently playing in the NBA will sign autographs throughout the three-day period. Cost for all three days for either morning or afternoon session is $199. For more information, click here.

- This isn't completely athletic related, but the city of Lexington has been ranked the nation's fourth-best city for business and careers, according to The list is based on 12 metrics relating to job growth (past and projected), costs (business and living), income growth, educational attainment and projected economic growth, quality of life, cultural and recreational opportunities, net migration patterns, and the number of highly ranked colleges in an area. Louisville was ranked 14th.

- Former UK basketball student manager Frank Vogel is expected to officially be named head coach of the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday, removing an interim tag he has carried since January. The former Wildcat took over for Jim O'Brien in January, posting a 20-18 record while leading the Pacers to the No. 8 seed in the East.

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