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Latest Mike Krzyzewski Items
Those predicting that the United States will fall short of a world championship are focusing on the back of the jerseys.
After one lackluster victory during pool play, Mike Krzyzewski encountered some feistier competition in his news conference than the U.S. faced on the court.
USA Basketball still treats the world championships like an exhibition series and it shows.
The last U.S. basketball team was so stacked that Dwyane Wade was the sixth man. Chris Paul and Chris Bosh were also part of that second unit, one good enough to beat any starting five in the world.
Mike Krzyzewski's college kids were overmatched, his NBA All-Stars a bit unready.
The U.S. national basketball team finalized its roster Tuesday for the world championships and there's no Rajon Rondo.
Serbia's Nenad Krstic, a center for the Oklahoma City Thunder, was released Friday after being held in police custody overnight following a chaotic brawl during a match with Greece.
While defending champion Spain tries to brush off the label of favorite ahead of the basketball world championships, the United States is doing its best to make it stick.
Coach Mike Krzyzewski sees the world championships as more than a chance for the United States to win a title. He wants to build a culture to ensure the NBA's best players take part in future tournaments.