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Bob Knight used to have a sign in his locker room that read 'This is not Burger King. You do it my way.'

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Bob Knight can still command quite a crowd.

The Indy Star caught the legendary and controversial basketball coach during a talk he gave to a group at a retirement home in Indiana where he spoke about some of his coaching philosophies, memorable moments — and of course, showed he still had the legendary stare immortalized on magazine covers through the years. 58 more words


Bob Knight Nearly Blows Up Over Ringing Phone...It's His Phone

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The fun gets rolling at the 1:15 mark. Bob, who hears Sinatra singing, is trying to lose his mind at a retirement community speech. 76 more words


Bob Knight Was Super Enthusiastic About His Last ESPN Broadcast

Bob Knight is calling his final ESPN game at the NIT. He’s departing the job with the enthusiasm he brought into it.


Bob Knight won't return to ESPN next season

Bob Knight’s time with ESPN will end after his call at Thursday night’s National Invitational Tournament final, a person with knowledge of Knight’s contract confirmed to… 127 more words


Bob Knight Calling His Last Game for ESPN Tonight; Contract Reportedly Will Not Be Renewed

Bob Knight will be broadcasting his final game, the NIT championship, on ESPN tonight, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.

It’s not exactly a surprising move. 96 more words

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Bob Knight fired by ESPN

Bob Knight’s run as an ESPN broadcaster has come to a close, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.

The former Indiana head coach’s contract expires this year, six years after the network signed him in February 2008. 19 more words

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ESPN not going to renew Bob Knight's contract

Bob Knight will take part in his last broadcast as part of ESPN on Thursday night for the NIT Championship game between Miami and Stanford. He had been a part of ESPN broadcasts since 2008 when he resigned from Texas Tech, and he worked in many different capacities — he was on ESPN’s Selection Sunday Specials, SportsCenter, ESPN Radio and ESPNEWS. 162 more words

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