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As expected, last night's game between the Orlando Magic and the Los Angeles Lakers was a star-studded affair, not only on the court but off the court, too. Just a quick list of famous people that showed up to the O-Rena - Chris Brown, Ludacris, Spike Lee, Steve Nash, Tiger Woods, and a bevy of other individuals.

But I wanted to point out one person from the crowd, which was Mike Krzyzewski, the head coach of Duke University and the 2006 & 2008 United States men's basketball team. 

Why was he at the game?

To root on J.J. Redick, who played for Coach K at Duke. Likewise, one can surmise he was in attendance to also support Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard, two players that were a part of the Redeem Team in the Beijing Olympics this past summer.

In any case, let's have some fun today.

What words of wisdom is Krzyzewski imparting on Redick?

Rules:

I'm sure everyone here is familiar with a "create a caption" competition, but in case someone here doesn't know what this type of contest is ... basically a picture is provided and you, the reader, attempt to come up with a quick sentence describing what's occurring in the photo. The line can be funny, stupid, witty, etc. 

 

I'll be a judge but I like to have another collective voice determining the winner, that way there's a bit of a consensus among the community. What I prefer for everyone here to do is this ... if you like the caption a fellow member has come up with, "recommend" it. That will be 'your vote', in essence. If you don't know how to "recommend" a comment, go to the comment you like, click on 'actions', then click on 'rec'. You can "recommend" multiple captions/comments, if you want. 

 

So for a quick recap.


- Write a quick sentence describing what's occurring in the photo. 

- If you like a caption/comment that's been written, "recommend" it.

- After you "recommend" a caption/comment, write something (like +1, for example) to indicate you like the sentence a 3QC member has written. 

- The contest will last 24 hours, so whichever caption/comment gets the most recommendations, wins. In case of a tie, I'll determine the winner. 

 

Let the contest begin!