Kentucky's Calipari: Wildcats so deep this year it feels like 'I'm coaching 2 different teams'

Kentucky's John Calipari says the Wildcats are so deep it feels like he is coaching two teams.

Besides returning six regulars from last year's NCAA runner-up squad, the Wildcats added four high school All-Americans and begin another season with expectations of another championship.

Their frontcourt returns 7-footers Willie Cauley-Stein and Dakari Johnson, along with forwards Marcus Lee and Alex Poythress.

Twin 6-6 guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison are back with their length, scoring and floor leadership in the backcourt. Add in recruits Karl-Anthony Towns (6-11), Trey Lyles (6-10), Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis, and the Wildcats could have a 12-player rotation.

With so much depth, Calipari vows to employ a platoon system to get the most out of players.

Calipari said during Thursday's media day, "I'm coaching two different teams."