Oak Hill Academy is a high school basketball powerhouse. They produce top ranked recruits and future NBA stars year after year. We can now add five-star recruit Harry Giles to that list. Giles took time to write a heartfelt message on...Show More Summary
It's been a pretty good offseason for Duke's basketball program, which not only has basked in the glow of a national championship but also saw three stars from that team go in the first round of the NBA draft. There isn't likely to be any backslide from those losses, either, as the Blue Devils bring in the No. Show More Summary
When Duke’s men’s basketball program won its fifth national championship under Mike Krzyzewski this past spring, it was time for the following car to get a new license plate. The driver of this Subaru Outback gets a new custom license...Show More Summary
The NBA’s hectic off-season produced four new blood feuds, with Knicks president Phil Jackson taking on the leader of Duke’s legendary basketball program. Check these out…
It seems that videos showing off basketball players’ vertical leaps are now a thing, as this Brandon Ingram video demonstrates. The Duke forward is 6’8, 200 pounds, but can JUMP. It’s a little hard to get a sense of the scale of the jump due to the slow motion B.S. set to rap music, but […]
We love the underdog. The out-of-nowhere story. Really—how many folks outside Lexington wanted Kentucky to run the table to the very end? Maybe some historians, too, but weren't Michigan State and Duke just as intriguing to last until...Show More Summary
Duke has already made major noise on the 2016 recruiting front thanks to a commitment from 5-star forward Jayson Tatum, the highest-rated player from that class to decide on his future so far. The Blue Devils are far from done, though,...Show More Summary
Every school in the country would love to have big man Harry Giles. Harry Giles is the No. 1 basketball recruit in the class of 2016, according to ESPN. On Monday, he released announced his final list of college choices. Giles is considering...Show More Summary
He has not yet played a game in Cameron Indoor Stadium, but he already has Duke Basketball fans rejoicing. He also isn’t old enough to vote. Jason Tatum, a 17-year-old rising senior from St. Louis, MO, announced at Nike’s Elite Youth...Show More Summary
The glow still exists from Duke's national title run this past March and April, and the Blue Devils have kept the momentum going by making a big splash on the recruiting trail with a major commitment for 2016-17. Throw in a stellar incoming...Show More Summary
Prior to 2003, Jason "Jay" Williams' life was all about basketball. As a teen, he dreamed of playing on the court in a huge arena. During high school, he became one of the top prospects in the country. In college, he led Duke to a NCAA championship and was hailed a superstar talent. Show More Summary
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. — Package deals are all the rage in college basketball, and Duke is on the verge of topping the best package deal ever (Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones) with what might just be an even better one. Harry Giles watched...Show More Summary
Duke’s men’s basketball program keeps publishing videos that celebrate the Blue Devils’ 2014-15 national championship season. We’re not complaining. Duke’s latest video, “The Champs Are Here,” is pretty awesome. So you should watch it.
Jayson Tatum, No. 2 overall prospect, announced his decision at Nike EYBL Peach Jam.
Harry Giles, the top basketball player in the class of 2016, remains uncommitted, but one college basketball assistant believes he will follow in the footsteps of guys like Jabari Parker and Jahlil Okafor. SNY’s Adam Zagoria tweetedShow More Summary
The Rich get Richer…
Jayson Tatum, one of the top five players in the 2016 recruiting class, chose to continue his basketball career at Duke on Sunday. It's a truly marquee addition for the Blue Devils. "After my senior year I’ll be attending Duke University," Tatum announced on ESPNU, courtesy of Dave Matter of the St. Show More Summary
Jayson Tatum's commitment to Duke could produce a ripple effect in elite college basketball for the 2016 class.
The Duke Blue Devils basketball recruiting strategy has been a hot topic of discussion in recent years as head coach Mike Krzyzewski has changed from his standard four year players to top level talent no matter their NBA aspirations. This...Show More Summary
The 6'8 wing is making his college decision soon, with Duke, Kentucky, UNC and Saint Louis waiting anxiously. Jayson Tatum flew to Uruguay to put on a USA Basketball jersey for the first time two years ago, just months after his 15th birthday. Show More Summary