FILE - In this Feb. 23, 1985, file photo, Indiana coach Bob Knight winds up and pitches a chair across the floor during Indiana's 72-63 loss to the Purdue in Bloomington, Ind. There are a few things you won't find among the many items Knight is putting on the auction block over the next two months in New York, like the chair he launched across the Assembly Hall court five minutes into a game to clear up any confusion over what he thought of the officiating. (AP Photo/File)
8. Bob Knight is known for two things—his winning ways and his legendary temper. The controversial coach spent the majority of his career, which started at Army and ended at Texas Tech, coaching basketball at the University of Indiana. Knight has 902 wins to his name along with 28 NCAA Tournament appearances, five trips to the Final Four and three championships.
FILE - In this Feb. 8, 2014 file photo, Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall directs his team during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Northern Iowa, in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Gregg Marshall didn't learn on the knee of Mike Krzyzewski or Bob Knight. He didn't get his start at UCLA or Kentucky. No, the Wichita State coach cut his teeth at places like Randolph-Macon, Belmont Abbey and the College of Charleston, giving a unique twist to his story of success. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)
Lamar's Pat Knight, son of the legendary Bob Knight, is one of a handful of first-year coaches in this year's tournament. Knight's Cardinals won the Southland Conference tournament title. (Associated Press)
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski, left, talks with Bob Knight after Duke defeated Michigan State 74-69 in an NCAA college basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, in New York. Krzyzewski earned his 903rd win, passing Knight for the most Division I men's victories. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)