TWO PHOTOSPHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM CLAYTON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED1K for Coach K Mike Krzyzewski guided Duke to a 77--68 win over St. John's on Sunday at Madison Square Garden to become the first men's coach in Division I history to reach 1,000 victories (POINT AFTER, page 60). Coach K began his career in 1975--76 at Army, his alma mater, where he won 73 games over five seasons; the rest have come with the Blue Devils. After the game, (inset, from left) guards Matt Jones, Tyus Jones and Rasheed Sulaimon honored their coach. PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BY VINNY CARCHIETTA ZUMAPRESS.COMSink or Swim Seton Hall guard Sterling Gibbs got encouragement at the free throw line from members of the Pirates' swimming and diving team during a Big East game against DePaul on Jan. 22 in Newark. The swimmers didn't help Gibbs's stroke, though: He made only 2 of 16 shots from the floor and 4 of 8 from the line. Seton Hall was outscored 17--5 down the stretch in a 64--60 defeat. PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BY DERICK E. HINGLE USA TODAY SPORTSPom-pom Pow! Will Ferrell created a ruckus at halftime of the Pelicans-Lakers game on Jan. 21 by knocking out a member of the cheerleading team while attempting a half-court shot. The cheerleader was actually stuntwoman Taryn Terrell, and the gag was for a movie, Daddy's Home. New Orleans beat L.A. 96--80.