ATLANTA (AP) — Pitino's Pride
It's been a memorable week for Rick Pitino.
Pitino is coaching Louisville in the Final Four, and on Wednesday his son Richard was named head coach at Minnesota.
So Thursday's question for Pitino: Which was the bigger event?
"They're both exciting," Pitino said after pausing to consider the question. "I'm very proud and happy for Richard ... so it's been a great week for our family."
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