Tag Archives: Mike Krzyzewski

Judging Duke’s Grayson Allen’s habitual tripping might be fun, but wrong
December 22, 2016

Today, I was happy my radio show didn’t start until 3p. Prior to that, I joined the chorus of those who chewed out Grayson Allen for his petulant boorishness in tripping an opponent as Duke beat Elon last night. I was as eager to judge the Duke Basketball program for coddling/enabling him for the last […]

Indy Morning Sports List – Top seven myths of college hoops that should be rejected
November 18, 2015

The college basketball season started with a vengeance yesterday, and fans got a great look at big time programs paying against each other instead of preparing for conference games by tuning up Lipscomb, Austin Peay, and directional state universities.  It was great.  Loved every minute. While we love college hoops, pointing out some common misconceptions […]

How Basketball Works Best – John Nash’s “A Beautiful Mind” Theory on the Hardwood
October 30, 2013

by Kent Sterling Thinking about basketball is something I can never been able to escape.  Basketball is incredibly complicated and almost impossible to execute perfectly, and I love puzzles without a solution.  The combination of athletic fluidity, potential for selfishness, and need for specific activity make coaching the game an act of near futility. Click […]

Big Ten Commish Jim Delany Calls for Student-Athlete Stipends
July 25, 2013

by Kent Sterling It sounds easy, giving student-athletes a little cash each week for expenses not covered by a scholarship.  It sounds like the absolute right thing to do.  Being an athlete in college is all consuming, and having a job in the dorm cafeteria isn’t possible because of the investment of time in the […]