Duke’s Coach K can still shoot (VIDEO)

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At practice on Friday afternoon in Louisville, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski showed he hasn’t lost that shooting touch, trading elbow jump shots with senior guard Quinn Cook.

The Blue Devils have lost two straight with a Saturday afternoon showdown with No. 6 Louisville. The stroke is great and all, but Coach K will need Duke to put together a better defensive effort if he hopes to avoid a third consecutive ACC loss.

Iowa State’s Fred Hoiberg challenges Pitt’s Jamie Dixon to a dance-off in hilarious new commercial (VIDEO)

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Iowa State head coach Fred Hoiberg received a lot of attention during the 2014 NCAA Tournament after his Cyclones knocked off North Carolina in a thrilling Sweet 16 game. But it wasn’t necessarily because of his coaching on the floor. Hoiberg did coach a good game against the Tar Heels, but he was in the spotlight for his dance moves in the Iowa State locker room after the win.

Seeing that Hoiberg was a good sport about dancing, Infiniti cast the Iowa State head coach in a new commercial along with Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon. I won’t spoil the rest of the commercial for you. Just watch it before we continue:

The cameo at the end from Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery makes for a great final punchline to an enjoyable commercial. Although Dixon doesn’t do any dancing in the ad he does deserve some credit for some great facial expressions. His deer-in-headlights look when Hoiberg throws the dance to him is priceless and this whole commercial is great.

POSTERIZED: Five-star 2017 forward Michael Porter Jr. dunks on defender from step inside the free throw line

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Super sophomore Michael Porter Jr. is one of the most exciting, young high school basketball players in the country. The 6-foot-8 forward is a five-star prospect already and Rivals rates him as the No. 4 overall player in the 2017 class.

Need proof? Check out this poster dunk in which Porter Jr. effortlessly takes flight from a step inside the free-throw line as he throws it down on a defender.

Reminder: this dude is a sophomore. In high school. Guess this is part of the reason they call him “Baby KD.”