Found February 25, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Class of 2014 Michigan recruiting target Devin Booker picked up a big offer on Sunday as Mike Krzyzewski officially extended an offer after Booker’s unofficial visit to Durham for Duke’s win over Boston College. Booker’s prep season is over and he’s embarking on a five visit tour which began over the weekend at North Carolina and Duke. Next up Booker will travel to Florida, for its game against Alabama on March 2nd, before a trip back to Michigan. Booker will be in East Lansing on March 7th for Michigan State-Wisconsin and in Ann Arbor for Michigan’s home finale against Indiana on Sunday, March 10th. Booker averaged 30 points per game in his junior season and is regarded as a five star prospect in the class of 2014. The talented underclassmen plans to take unofficial visits this time around before official visits in the fall. “This go-round will be unofficial visits,” Booker said. “I’ll see which ones I like and then at the end of the summer, I’ll start cutting them down and see wha...

Coach K to step down as Team USA coach

For those listening to Mike Krzyzewski since he led Team USA basketball to yet another gold medal this past summer, Tuesday's news came as little surprise: Duke's head coach confirmed to media members he will no longer coach the national team. "I've loved, loved, loved, and it's been an honor being with the USA Basketball team," Krzyzewski said in an ESPN...

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Head coach Mike Krzyzewski will step down from his position as head coach of Team USA Basketball

In a report by ESPN, Duke University mens basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski will step down from his position as the head coach of Team USA Basketball.  Coach K has a [...]

Mike Krzyzewski Done as Team USA Coach, Expects New Coach to Be Named This Summer

NEW YORK — Mike Krzyzewski said again Tuesday he doesn’t plan to return as U.S. men’s basketball coach after leading the Americans to two Olympic gold medals. Saying “my stance hasn’t changed,” Krzyzewski told ESPN Radio he expects USA Basketball to name a new coach this summer. The Hall of Fame Duke coach said during and after last summer’s Olympics that he wasn...

Five Star SG gets an offer

Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski has offered a seventh member of the class of 2014...

Mike Krzyzewski Announces He Will No Longer Coach USA Basketball

Duke Basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski announced today on ESPN’s “Mike & Mike In the Morning” that he will not return as the USA Basketball coach. “I’ve loved, loved, loved, and it’s been an honor being with the USA Basketball team,” Krzyzewski said. “And to coach the team and work with [chairman and president Jerry Colangelo] for seven years has been marvelous...

Mike Krzyzewski Won’t Return To Coach Team USA

Duke head coach, Mike Krzyzewski, announced Tuesday that he will not return to coach USA Basketball this year. Since his hiring on October 26, 2005, Krzyzewski has led the USA Basketball Nation Team to two Olympic gold medals (2008, 2012), a bronze at the 2006 FIBA World Championship, and gold medals at the 2007 FIBA Americas Championship and 2010 FIBA World Championship. According...

Booker discusses Duke offer, visit

Moss Point (Miss.) High standout Devin Booker recapped his trip to Duke and discussed getting an offer from Mike Krzyzewski.

Mike Kryzewski will not return to coach Team USA basketball

When Team USA appears in the 2014 world championships in Spain, Mike Krzyzewski won't be coaching.The legendary coach is calling it quits after serving seven years as the head man for the Team USA men's basketball team. Coach K provided details during his interview with ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike in the Morning" on Tuesday.“I’ve loved, loved, loved, and...
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