|Celebrated Name:||Mike Krzyzewski|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Michael William Krzyzewski|
|Age:||72 years old|
|Birth Date:||13 February 1947|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Mickie Krzyzewski (m. 1969)|
|Children:||Yes (Lindy Frasher, Jamie Spatola, Debbie Savarino)|
|Profession:||American college basketball coach and former player|
|Net Worth in 2019:||$35 million|
|Last Updated:||November 2019|
Mike Krzyzewski, whose real names are Michael William Krzyzewski, is a retired player and also a college basketball coach. He has been nicknamed as Coach K. From the 1980s, he has been able to serve in the men’s basketball coach at Duke University. He has been able to lead the Blue Devils to multiple wins in NCAA Championships, ACC tournaments, among many others. He has been able to coach the U.S of America national basketball team. He has been able to lead the team to be able to win three gold medals.
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Krzyzewski was born in the year 1947 on February 13th. His place of birth was in Chicago, Illinois. His parents were Emily M. and William Krzyzewski. He was brought in a Christian family. He did a study in a Catholic school that was located in Chicago. After this, he went on to be able to join Archbishop Weber High School, which was established in Chicago.
In the year 1969, after being able to complete his training at United States Military Academy, he did graduate. He did play basketball during this time, and he was under the training of Bob Knight. He did rise to earn captainship of the Army basketball team. He was able to work in the army of the United States from the year 1969 to the year 1974. In the year 2005, he got an award: West Point’s Distinguished Graduate Award.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 13 February 1947, Mike Krzyzewski is 72 years old as of today’s date 16th November 2019. His height is 1.78 m tall, and his weight is 80 kg.
He started his career in coaching in the year 1974 when he did work in the Indiana Hoosiers. After being able to work with Indiana, he went back to coach the Army Cadets. In the year 1980, he got named as the coach at Duke University. This is after being to spend more than five seasons in the army. In the year 2010, he was able to coach his 1000th game as being in charge of Duke University.
In 2011, he was able to bag his 900th win. He has led the Duke team to be able to win several NCAA championships. He has been able to work with the national team. Through his guidance, the team has been able to win three gold medals in the Summer Olympics. He went on to be able to win silver at the World University Games. He finished in the third position at the FIBA World Championship.
The team hence got awarded a bronze medal. In the years 1984 and 1992, he has been able to work as an assistant coach for the Olympics. In the year 2005, he did receive his appointment to be the coach of U.S the national team during the Olympics that were held in Beijing.
Awards and Achievements
Krzyzewski has had a very accomplishing career in basketball. He has been able to win various awards. Among the awards that he has been to win include the NCAA champion Award, FIBA World Cup Gold Medal award, College Basketball Hall of Fame, United States Military Academy, among many others.
Net Worth & Salary of Mike Krzyzewski in 2019
As of November 2019, Krzyzewski has a net worth of over $35 million. This wealth has been generated from his successful career in the basketball world. He has been able to earn over $9.7 million yearly. He has been able to coach multiple teams, and this is what has contributed to his net worth.
Krzyzewski has been able to record outstanding results as a coach and as a player. In the year 2012, he received an award from U.S Basketball Writers Association’s Wayman Tisdale Humanitarian Award. His humanitarian and charity works have contributed to this.