NCAA/Legendary coach K to retire after next season

The legendary American basketball coach “Coach K” Xueshavsky announced that he will retire after the end of next year’s season. In addition to leading the American Dream Men’s Basketball Team to create 3 consecutive championships in the Olympics, he is also the only 1000-win coach of the ncaa jerseys basketball first-level men’s basketball team in the United States.

“Coach K” Mike Krzyzewski is the head coach of the Blue Devils of Duke University in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2, second only to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); in addition, he has won 30 wins in a single season in 15 degrees, and holds 1170 wins, etc., which is the crown of NCAA coaches, and even more than the second-ranked Syracuse University coach Bo Jim Boeheim 188 wins.

Coach K said in a statement that his time at West Point and Duke University was wonderful, and he was honored and grateful to have spent more than 40 years at two of the world’s top universities, and even coached USA Basketball for the past 11 years. His time with the team was also unforgettable.

Although the US men’s basketball team won 15 gold medals in the Olympic Games, they suffered setbacks in the 2004 Athens Olympics and were even rejected from the top four.

In addition to the great progress in basketball strength of various countries, on the other hand, the NBA has many single-line rules, which are different from the rules of the World Basketball Federation (FIBA) adopted by the Olympic Games. Therefore, the American Basketball Association invited coach K, who has a high status in amateur basketball, to come. Take charge of the Dream Soldier.

And Coach K did not disappoint everyone. Since he took over the national team, Mei Meng has won the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games in sequence with a perfect posture of winning and unbeaten. , a return to college basketball.

Coach K, who is already a member of the US Basketball Hall of Fame, is 74 years old this year. He is expected to retire after the 2021-22 season and will be replaced by assistant coach Jon Scheyer in the future.

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