Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski to retire after 2021-22 season: AP source


(AP)– Duke Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski will coach his final season with the Blue Devils in 2021-22, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday.

The person said former Duke player and associate head coach Jon Scheyer would then take over as Krzyzewski’s successor for the 2022-23 season.

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The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the school hasn’t commented publicly on the decision. An announcement is expected later Wednesday.

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Stadium first reported news of Krzyzewski’s final season with Duke, which he has led to five national championships. He is the winningest coach in men’s college basketball history.

BREAKING: Duke HC Mike Krzyzewski has decided to retire after this coming season, per our @GoodmanHoops.

Jon Scheyer is expected to be the successor. The other 2 names that were considered include Tommy Amaker & Johnny Dawkins. pic.twitter.com/HVeQi731XE

— Stadium (@Stadium) June 2, 2021


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