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Coach K advocates NBA to allow high school players into draft

Duke Blue Devils head basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski has continued to play the system to the best of his ability. Now that college basketball has morphed more into a one-and-done format for future NBA players, Coach K has had to change...Show More Summary

Shumate taking over as radio play-by-play voice for Duke

Duke has a new radio play-by-play voice for men's basketball and football games to replace longtime announcer Bob Harris        

Kentucky, then Duke: Utah Valley opens with a brutal back-to-back

OREM, Utah (AP) — Utah Valley is calling it perhaps the toughest 24 hours of basketball in NCAA history. The Wolverines say they will play at bluebloods Kentucky and Duke on back-to-back days to open the season. They’ll visit Rupp Arena in Lexington on Nov. 10, then head to Cameron Indoor Stadium to play the […]

Kentucky, then Duke: Utah Valley opens with a brutal double

Utah Valley is calling it perhaps the toughest 24 hours of basketball in NCAA history        

Trevon Duval makes Duke Basketball an instant title contender

After Frank Jackson decided to remain in the NBA Draft about a week and a half ago, the Duke Blue Devils were in dire straits at the point guard position. Jackson’s departure meant that the only true point guard on the roster for the 2017-2018 season was incoming freshman and three-star prospect Jordan Goldwire. Show More Summary

Jayson Tatum: The gem of the 2017 NBA Draft

Entering the 2016-2017 college basketball season, Duke freshman small forward Jayson Tatum was not the most hyped recruit in the country. In fact, he was not even the most hyped recruit on campus. That honor went to number one overall recruit, Harry Giles. Show More Summary

Duke Athletics Graciously Offers Full-Time Job That Will Pay Exactly Nothing

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Duke Basketball: What Frank Jackson’s NBA Draft entry means for next season

Duke’s got another freshman headed to the league. After entering the draft preliminarily last month, point guard Frank Jackson will remain in the draft and hire an agent after a strong performance at the combine likely upped his draft stock. Show More Summary

Duke manages to win recruiting basketball battle against Eastern Kentucky

Things may finally be turning around for the Duke men’s basketball program. Head coach Mike Krzyzewski won a pivotal recruiting battle this week with the surprising addition of point guard Jordan Goldwire. Before Duke got involved in the recruiting efforts, Goldwire was figured to be choosing between Eastern Kentucky, Mercer and Coastal Carolina. Show More Summary

South Dakota men's basketball team to play Duke in December

The University of South Dakota's men's basketball team will play perennial power Duke later this year        

South Dakota basketball team to play Duke on Dec. 2

South Dakota's basketball team will take on Mike Krzyzewski and his Duke Blue Devils on Dec. 2 at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina        

Which Duke Basketball Player Will Be Missed the Most Next Season?

The Blue Devils lose several key players as seniors, transfers, or early entrants into the NBA Draft. Who will Duke Basketball miss the most? Amile Jefferson, Matt Jones, Nick Pagliuca, Chase Jeter, Sean Obi, Harry Giles, Luke Kennard, Jayson Tatum, and maybe Frank Jackson. Show More Summary

Luke Kennard Signs In His Hometown Keep Getting Stolen

Luke Kennard is a celebrity in his home town of Franklin, Ohio. The Duke basketball star left the population 11,000 town two years ago to play for coach Mike Krzyzewski in North Carolina, and his hometown fans couldn’t be more proud....Show More Summary

Ohio city takes down basketball star's signs after 2 stolen

Signs featuring Duke University basketball star Luke Kennard were taken down from the main entrances to his Ohio hometown after two were stolen        

Grayson Allen's return to Duke is exactly what college basketball needs

College basketball’s most recognizable face is back for his senior year at Duke, where he has one final chance to re-shape his national image. This isn’t the way Grayson Allen’s spring was supposed to go. The preseason national Player...Show More Summary

Duke’s Grayson Allen will return for senior season, subject himself to more boos

The most hated player in college basketball is coming back for more.Duke guard Grayson Allen announced Tuesday he will forgo the NBA Draft and return to school for his senior season. Via ESPN:“The last few weeks have provided the opportunity for a lot of reflection and prayer,” Allen said in a statement released by the school. Show More Summary

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