Jon Dawson: Audio of controversial Coach K interview surfaces

Duke Head Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski is seen here yelling at an assistant for divulging his cell phone number to Tommy AmakerImage from YouTube

Editor’s Note: The full Dr. Phil/Coach K interview can be heard by clicking here.

A recent Dr. Phil interview with Duke Basketball Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski that was initially banned from broadcast has surfaced.

The interview was conducted shortly after Krzyzewski announced his retirement from coaching. According to reports, the interview was supposed to focus on Coach K’s membership in both the Naismith Memorial Basketball and Grecian Formula halls of fame.

“Dr. Phil was incensed,” said Gene Sutton, a Bucklesberry native who was in the audience during the taping of the Krzyzewski episode. “The heat of the stage lights caused the coach’s hair dye to run down his neck and short circuit an expensive microphone.”

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The interview touches on alleged incidents of motor vehicle theft, questionable recruiting tactics, and removing cheese from spring-loaded traps.

At the conclusion of the season, Coach K is set to film a series of commercials for TripAdvisor.com with former Duke star Grayson Allen.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO DR. PHIL INTERVIEW COACH K.

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