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Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski, center, and assistant coaches Jeff Capel, left, and Steve Wojciechowski, right, watch the final minute of an NCAA college basketball game against Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, N.C., Wednesday, March 5, 2014. Wake Forest won 82-72. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
Duke basketball: Coach K feeling better after dizzy spell
First Published Mar 06 2014 09:32 am • Last Updated Mar 08 2014 08:29 pm

Winston-Salem, N.C. • Coach Mike Krzyzewski is out of the hospital after feeling light-headed after a loss at Wake Forest.

The school said in a statement Thursday that Krzyzewski was taken to Duke University Hospital in Durham for a precautionary examination after the 82-72 loss in Winston-Salem.

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The school says his symptoms and condition have improved considerably and he was sent home early Thursday.

The 67-year-old Hall of Fame coach could be seen taking a knee during a timeout in the second half of the game on Wednesday night. He did not attend the postgame news conference.

Associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski said after the game that Krzyzewski had not been sick and has been in good physical shape.




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