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As Jon Scheyer prepares to succeed Coach K at Duke, here's how past coaches fared replacing all-time greats

When Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski retires after the upcoming season, ending a 42-year run at Duke with at least five national championships to his credit, he'll hand his whistle off to a coach who is more than four decades his junior. Jon Scheyer is on track to be the youngest coach in the ACC by a full decade when he succeeds Coach K in the 2022-23 season, and the task of carrying on his mentor's legacy will be daunting.
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Duke basketball: Jon Scheyer eyes another premier Chicago five-star

The next Duke basketball head coach should keep a Chicago tradition intact. DJ Steward. Jahlil Okafor. Jabari Parker. Jon Scheyer. Sean Dockery. Corey Maggette. Chris Collins. Phil Henderson. Mike Krzyzewski. There’s more. Yet just that mostly five-star group alone — with the oldest serving as head coach and the fourth fella on the list acting as his reliable guard and successor-in-waiting — would hold its own against any assortment of Duke basketball legends.
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DBR Podcast #319 - Getting To Know Jon Scheyer

The man who will be leading the Duke basketball program into the future is someone we have seen a lot of on the court and the sidelines, but how well do we really know him? The Duke Basketball Report Podcast went in search of the real Jon Scheyer by talking to sports journalist Jordan Brennan. Jordan has written numerous articles on Scheyer and has known Jon since he was just a hoops player for Glenbrook North high school.
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Jon Scheyer Was Pretty Impressive In High School Too

Here’s a pretty cool article about Jon Scheyer that originally ran in the Peoria Journal Star in 2006. This was after Scheyer’s stunning 52 point performance in the state tournament, including 21 points in 75 seconds. It poses the question: who was the greatest player in Illinois state history? It’s...
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