Coach Mike Krzyzewski’s Duke vs Arkansas match Had An Epic Ending

Duke vs Arkansas
Duke vs Arkansas

It has been more than a few weeks since the farewell tour of Mike Krzyzewski the team coach of the blue devils. No one imagined the team would stick around but after winning four NCAA tournaments they have become a crowd favorite and also a team not to be taken lightly. 

Even at the age of 75 coach, Mike showed his skills by doing a backdoor move behind Atlantic coast conference Commissioner Jim Phillips.

Duke vs Arkansas Game Acts Like The Stepping Stone

He then proceeded to hug his wife and his family members who were present there. And it later came out that his retirement has been postponed. The looks on the faces of his family members and steam changed completely which was different from 3 weeks ago. Coach Mike was supposed to get a send-off at the Cameron Indoor Stadium on March 5th, which was ruined after their loss against North Carolina. Good at this situation it has totally taken a 360 turn as they transforming into the final four favorites. Duke at this present situation is in a formidable position and heading towards the National semifinals which will either be against North Carolina or Saint Peter’s. 

After the Duke vs Arkansas game which they won by 78-69 Coach, Mike Krzyzewski went on to cut down the Regional Championship net. He also surpassed John Wooden in making the most men’s Final Fours in history.

The Duke vs Arkansas game turned out to be a crucial one as it was the stepping stone to their Final Fours journey. The Duke vs Arkansas game also made Coach Mike Krzyzewski turn the table around for the team. Coach Mike on Friday said that it was just like crossing the bridge more than once with the help of the whole team. Furthermore, he added that he has crossed the bridge 12 times and just by knowing what is there on the other side, they get motivated even more.

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