So this google thing... You just type something in and it shows you what you want to see? What are they going to think of next? You'll be able to look up stuff from your phone?
Originally Posted by HaveFunExpectToWin
I agree that having Jeff Capel has not been a problem this year. I am curious as to why the most successful basketball program in the NCAA would be in desperate need of some fresh blood though. I don't know that one loss should cause the program to get rid of what I assume are two of the best assistant coaches in college basketball.
Originally Posted by COCO
I thought this may have been the best answer of the thread in my opinion.
Originally Posted by Kfanarmy
I think it would be very difficult to prove the effect of an assistant coach. Did he bring some good ideas to the staff this year? Did he offer a different perspective after coaching in the big 12 for a few years? Did he teach the players well individually? Did he have some good ideas for drills that could be incorporated? Did he have some good ideas about how to attack or defend a particular opponent? I doubt very much we will get answers to any of these questions. At this point I choose to believe that adding a young coach with over 150 wins who is very well spoken and appears to be very well respected was likely a great thing for the coaching staff.
Originally Posted by David
“Those two kids, they’re champions,” Krzyzewski said of his senior leaders. “They’re trying to teach the other kids how to become that, and it’s a long road to become that.”