If you ever see John Calipari coaching basketball, then as of Monday, it is going to be for Kentucky. ​No other team will be able to poach the renowned head coach, as he is going to be there for the rest of his career.

It was reported early on Monday that ​Kentucky had offered Calipari a lifetime contract amid ​UCLA's interest in the head coach. Now, per reporter Jeff Goodman, Calipari has actually accepted that offer, effectively signing over his professional life over to the iconic program.

Goodman reports that the only way Calipari will ever leave Kentucky is if the NBA comes calling with an offer too hard to pass up. He also indicated that Calipari never had any interest in joining UCLA, though the savvy businessman within him was able to use that interest to leverage himself this new and massive deal. 

Coach Cal is currently on the books for $9.2 annually under his most recent agreement with Kentucky. UCLA reportedly offered him a six-year deal worth $48 million, so it's not hard to see why the man ultimately chose to remain in Lexington. 

Well, it's official. Any program looking to poach the Cats' head coach will have to look elsewhere, as Calipari is locked in for the remainder of his coaching career with Big Blue Nation.