Evans Clinchy
Monday May 14th, 2012

Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski is back to coach Team USA at another Olympics this summer, but this will be the last time, he announced today. From Marc Stein of ESPN:

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Krzyzewski has been associated with USA Basketball for 25 years now -- he led Team USA to a silver medal at the World University Games back in 1987, and he's been involved in some capacity ever since. As head coach, he's recently won gold at the Olympics (2008), FIBA Americas Championship (2007) and FIBA World Championship (2010). Krzyzewski, 65, is a member of both the pro and college basketball Halls of Fame. He holds the NCAA's all-time wins record with 927.

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