Grayson Allen involved in altercation with Wake players
- Author: Kyle Warner Jan 29, 2017,
Jan 29, 2017, 0:57
Krzyzewski is now recovering from lower back surgery, but the experienced COACH made known his frustrations during a meeting with this players. "He wasn't happy. Especially after the loss to NC State", according to ESPN.
"He needs to do more than just take away their jerseys", added another source close to the program.
A separate source told Goodman and O'Neil the Blue Devils have "bigger issues that need to be addressed", though specifics were not mentioned.
The alleged meeting came one day after Duke lost to North Carolina State at Cameron Indoor Stadium for the first time since 1995.
Since Coach K took his leave, the team is 2-3, with a game tomorrow against ACC team Wake Forest.
When the season started, it appeared Duke was on top of the college basketball world.
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Mike Krzyzewski isn't a happy man, and chose to take out some of his frustrations on Duke players.
Allen was also assessed a technical foul earlier in the game for jawing back and forth with Crawford.
Once again, Grayson Allen is involved in an incident during a Duke game, though it is hard to blame the Blue Devils guard for this one, even with his reputation. Additionally, they will be banned from wearing team apparel around campus.
When will the penalties end for the Blue Devils?
Capel went so far as to bench Kennard and Allen for the beginning of the second half against Miami and Duke played its best defensive half in what feels like two years. The Blue Devils started out 12-1 but have hit the skids since then, losing three of their last four games.
When asked what he's seen from Giles since recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in October, Manning said he is more focused on the performance of his players than that of anyone else's.