As per usual, comments and votes will be appreciated.
(1) Mike Krzyzewski: Perhaps the game's greatest coach, in the area of failing to make in-game adjustments, showed why he is the greatest in two games this past week. Despite Virginia's 2nd best player playing with cramps in the game's last 8 minutes and the team resorting to end-of-bench warm bodies inside, Krzyzewski failed to capitalize on the matchups and looked absolutely inept on offense for the game-ending stretch in Duke's midweek loss to Virginia. Krzyzewski then followed it up with another stinker in which the team blew a 27-10 1st half lead and squandered another chance to win at the end - a chance given to Duke thanks to a questionable technical on the FSU Head Coach Leonard Hamilton and a dubious jump ball call on an offensive rebound.
(2) George Karl: Having been given a new Ferrari named Iverson to play with, George Karl seems to have some problems figuring out what to do with it. The Nuggets have now lost 5 of 6, with their only win coming in overtime against the lowly Blazers. Despite many whispers from experts that the Nuggets could be a dark horse, they are instead struggling to remain in the playoff picture.
(3) Neal Morgan: I would write a blurb here, but my calender for the next few hours looks pretty crowded.
My vote goes to Morgan.