Carolina Hurricanes: 5 Celebrities That Should Sound the Siren

RALEIGH, NC - MAY 14: Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly sounds the the Carolina Hurricanes siren prior Game Three of the Eastern Conference Third Round against the Boston Bruins during the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 14, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images)
RALEIGH, NC - MAY 14: Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly sounds the the Carolina Hurricanes siren prior Game Three of the Eastern Conference Third Round against the Boston Bruins during the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 14, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images) /
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Mike Krzyzewski

Mike Krzyzewski is arguably the greatest coach in the history of college basketball, and needs no introduction but I’m going to give him one anyway.

Coach K has been the Head Coach of the Duke University men’s basketball team since 1990. He has led the Blue Devils to 12 ACC regular season titles, 15 ACC tournament championships, 12 Final Four appearances, and 5 NCAA National Championships. He has the most wins by any coach in college basketball history.  He has numerous coaching awards. Oh, and 3 Olympic gold medals.

He’s coached Duke basketball greats ranging from Grant Hill, Bobby Hurley, Zion Williamson, my favorite JJ Reddick, and of course the man who hit THE SHOT, Christian Latiner.

He, along with honorable mention Cam Newton, is someone I’m surprised the Hurricanes haven’t brought out to sound the siren at a home game before. But good things come to those who wait. And for them to bring him out would be sure to blow the roof off of PNC Arena.

Plus, we live for college basketball in North Carolina. I mean, if the ACC tournament wasn’t being shown on every TV in your school, are you even from here?

The Hurricanes like to bring people out that have ties to North Carolina. So, what better person to bring out than the mastermind behind one of the greatest college basketball programs in history than Coach K?

Now for that we’ve discussed the G.O.A.T, it’s time to talk about The Man.