It's been a rough season for the Louisville Cardinals basketball team and head coach Rick Pitino.
Following allegations by a former escort of sex parties at the team dormitory from 2010 to 2014, the school self-imposed a postseason ban for this season. Despite a 23-8 record, they won't participate in the ACC tournament or the NCAA tournament.
Part of the investigation into the allegations is whether Pitino was aware of the improprieties. He has denied any knowledge. Despite his denial, his future with the school has come into question.
On Saturday, Louisville lost to No. 4 Virginia 68-46, putting an end to their season.
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After the game, during an interview with ESPN, Pitino was asked if this was his last season at Louisville.
Rather than refuse to answer the question, Pitino turned to sarcasm to deflect it.
"Yeah, I'm going take the Warriors over next year. Steve Kerr is going to back out of the deal, and he promised me because I'm 63 going on 64, I could coach Steph Curry. So he's agreed to let me have him for a few years," Pitino joked.
Pitino just completed his 15th season at Louisville and is under contract with the school through the 2025-26 season. He will make $50.93 million over the next 10 seasons.