Gregg Doyel sticks this at the end of his case for Krzyzewski as Coach of the Year:
The only argument against Krzyzewski's candidacy for Coach of the Year is that, despite Duke's lack of size, there's plenty of talent: All eight of its top scorers are former McDonald's All-Americans. That's staggering. But this is the truth: Duke has just one automatic first-round NBA Draft pick, Singler. What happened to all that alleged talent once it got to Durham? Don't ask me, but there's not a single thing about Greg Paulus or Jon Scheyer or DeMarcus Nelson or Taylor King or Lance Thomas that screams, NBA player! Sophomore Gerald Henderson has a chance if he improves his miserable jumper. Freshman Nolan Smith also has a chance. But that's it.
Isn't improving the abilities of your basketball players a pretty big part of, well, coaching?
(Personally, I think this is Krzyzewski's best coaching performance in quite a few years, but other folks have been nearly as impressive with much, much less.)