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Trump Responds to Bob Knight’s Death

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Legendary college basketball coach Bob Knight passed away at the age of 83.

He had an illustrious career, winning three national championships and making five Final Fours during his 29-year tenure at Indiana University.

Knight also coached at Army and Texas Tech. (Trending: Chilling Video of Muslim Mob Yelling ‘Allahu Akbar’ In Hunt For Jews)

Former President Donald Trump paid tribute to Knight. “The World just lost an incredible person, the Great Bobby Knight. He was not just an award-winning and record-breaking Coach,” Trump said.

“He was loyal to his Players, to his State, and to our Country — Tough as nails, but a big heart,” Trump continued.

Knight was a staunch supporter of Trump’s political endeavors.

“When he Endorsed me, it was like the whole Great World of Indiana opened up happy and wide,” he said on social media. (Trending: Two Democrats Arrested and Charged)

Despite his success, he faced criticism for his behavior, including throwing a chair during a game.

Knight was fired in 2000 but returned to Indiana in 2020 for a ceremony honoring him.

He had a total of 902 wins, the sixth-most in Division I men’s college basketball history.

Knight was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame and coached the 1984 U.S. Olympic team to a gold medal.

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