Who wants to be the lucky guy

Added: Carmin Zook - Date: 01.12.2021 20:41 - Views: 39375 - Clicks: 9137

Duke's Mike Krzyzewski says he feels the time is right to step away from a Hall of Fame basketball coaching career. The winningest coach in the history of Division I men's college basketball announced a day earlier that next season will be his last with the program he built into one of college basketball's bluebloods.

The year-old Krzyzewski said he has no health concerns and wasn't leaving in reaction to the difficulties of playing last year amid the COVID pandemic or the changing landscape of college basketball. Rather, he described the decision as one that has come after years of contemplation balanced with the desire to help Duke regroup from missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time since The school has named former Duke player and associate head coach Jon Scheyer as Krzyzewski's successor for the season, turning the upcoming season into a farewell tour for Krzyzewski around the Atlantic Coast Conference and the sport he has become synonymous with over more than four decades.

He has 1, career wins going back to his time at Army. And 1, wins have come during 41 years with the Blue Devils. Krzyzewski has led the Blue Devils to 12 Final Four appearances and a record 15 ACC Tournament championships, while his teams have spent a record weeks ranked at No. The Debate. Breaking News. Written By. Tags: Dukes , Duke , Krzyzewski. Listen to the latest songs , only on JioSaavn.

Who wants to be the lucky guy

email: [email protected] - phone:(899) 483-7197 x 4474

Lucky guy in a blue sweater with the inscription lucky smiles illustration for prints, t-shirts, covers. Premium Vector