Duke makes decision on who will replace Mike Krzyzewski as Men’s Basketball coach

UPDATE:

It’s official. Duke assistant (and former player) Jon Scheyer has been approved as the next head coach of the Blue Devils when Mike Krzyzewski retires at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season.

INITIAL REPORT:

According to a report from Jeff Goodman, Duke Men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski will soon make an official announcement that he has decided to retire following the 2021-22 season.

Though this is not terribly surprising considering Coach K is 74 years old, what is surprising is that Goodman is also reporting that the leading candidate to replace the Hall of Fame coach is former Duke player, Jon Scheyer.

Nation, who do you think should replace Krzyzewski at Duke?

 

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