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Mike Krzyzewski

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  • Get that degree and move on — to a major-college sports program

    What happened with Mike Moser in Vegas didn't stay in Vegas. What happened was, after a freshman season spent languishing near the end of UCLA's basketball bench, Moser transferred to Nevada Las Vegas and had a breakout first season. The forward...
  • UCLA again fades in the second half in 80-63 loss to No. 8 Duke

    UCLA again fades in the second half in 80-63 loss to No. 8 Duke
    NEW YORK — UCLA is 11 games into its basketball season, and this is what's known for sure: Bruins guard Kyle Anderson can spot a really good basketball player when he sees one. Anderson said in the days leading up to Thursday night's game...
  • Doc Rivers could be just what the Clippers ordered

    Doc Rivers could be just what the Clippers ordered
    It was the Clippers' second day of training camp in La Jolla and assistant coach Tyronn Lue was demonstrating one of the team's new defensive techniques, telling the guards to "bump" opposing big men when they set a screen, then to hurry back on defense....
  • Young's Jahlil Okafor picks Duke

    Young's Jahlil Okafor picks Duke
    Jahlil Okafor had been linked to Duke for months, but the Young center never threw fuel on the fire. With the same understated grace that’s defined both his game and approach to recruiting, Okafor announced his intention to attend Duke yesterday...
  • UCLA vs. Duke basketball: Krzyzewski and Alford have their say

    A couple of observations from Duke’s 80-63 win over UCLA on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden: Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski is a master of the post-game news conference. Or at least he was after his eighth-ranked Blue Devils played well in a...
  • Turgeon, others debate the value of basketball coaches using the hook

    Turgeon, others debate the value of basketball coaches using the hook
    COLLEGE PARK — In the course of a game, Mark Turgeon may yell, stomp his feet, clap his hands, plead or curse. When frustrated with a player, the Maryland men's basketball coach sometimes looks to the rafters as if seeking divine inspiration. In...
  • Grad Students Have Helped UConn, But Some Want Tighter Rules

    Grad Students Have Helped UConn, But Some Want Tighter Rules
    DALLAS – Over the past couple of years, the UConn basketball team has benefited from graduate students. And in turn, the school has been beneficial for those same grad students. But the concept of graduates — players with a year of...
  • Virginia, Duke live up to Big Monday billing

    DURHAM, N.C. — Ratings magnet Duke and its iconic arena, Cameron Indoor Stadium, were naturals for the ACC's Big Monday debut. With the league taking over the coveted television window from the Big East, ESPN wanted to showcase two of the...
  • Teel Time: Duke's Krzyzewski speaks poignantly, yet indirectly, of his brother's death

    Teel Time: Duke's Krzyzewski speaks poignantly, yet indirectly, of his brother's death
    Late in the 2010 season that would end with his program’s fourth national championship, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and I spent more than an hour talking about leadership. Few topics engage him more, and as we discussed his roles with the Blue Devils...
  • Teel Time: Freshman Ennis impressive again as unbeaten Syracuse dusts Virginia Tech

    Students remain on break, temps dipped to single digits, and tipoff was after 9 p.m. So even with undefeated and second-ranked Syracuse in town, Cassell Coliseum offered negligible homecourt advantage to Virginia Tech on Tuesday. But when freshman Ben...
  • Former coaches Gary Williams, Jim Calhoun attend fundraiser in New York

    Former coaches Gary Williams, Jim Calhoun attend fundraiser in New York
    Fundraising events can make for strange bedfellows, particularly when it comes to politics. But more than a few heads were turned, eyebrows were raised and stomachs were -- well, you get the picture -- when it was announced that former longtime rivals and...