Posted March 06, 2012 on
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Mike Krzyzewski says he is only thinking about this year, not about a potential third Olympics as U.S. basketball coach.
A day after Cleveland rookie Kyrie Irving said he found out Krzyzewski planned to lead the U.S. again in 2016, the Duke coach says he is focused only on the remainder of the Blue Devils' season and the London Games.
Both Krzyzewski and USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo, in statements provided Tuesday by USA Basketball, deny that discussions about the future have taken place.
Irving said he would not pursue a chance to play for Australia this summer in hopes of playing for the U.S. in four years. Colangelo says Irving will be given consideration if he continues to play as well as he is now.
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Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said Saturday night after his team was dismantled by North Carolina that everybody is zero and zero now, signaling that the postseason is a new start for every team in America.
Theres no doubt the Hall of Fame coach is right, but that doesnt mean every team can take a deep breath and feel like it needs to start over. Rather the contrary when it comes to...
Kyrie Irving said on Tuesday he received confirmation that his college coach, Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, would return to coach Team USA in four more years.
The college basketball regular season is finally over, and with it comes the parade of all-conference teams and league honors. The following is how I voted for the ACCs teams and award winners:
1st-TeamTyler Zeller, North CarolinaMike Scott, VirginiaJohn Henson, North Carolina Kendall Marshall, North CarolinaAustin Rivers, Duke
Explanation: It came down to Marshall, Rivers and UNCs...
Mike Krzyzewski is only thinking about this year, not about a potential third Olympics as U.S. men's basketball coach.
Clearing up the confusion created when Cleveland rookie Kyrie Irving said he ''found out'' Krzyzewski planned to lead the U.S. again in 2016, the Duke coach said Tuesday he is focused only on the remainder of this year's responsibilities...
DURHAM, N.C. --- Nearly two weeks ago, Duke appeared as it if had finally found itself and the players were swagging in typical Blue Devils fashion.
The Devils were coming off an impressive win at Florida State, had exorcized the demons of their earlier home loss to the Seminoles, and for the first time all season, Duke had the look of a Final Four team.
Fast forward beyond the...