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Recruiting Roundup: Malik Monk to Announce List; Kentucky, Duke, Indiana, St. John’s Hosting Weekend Visitors

2 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Malik Monk has cut his college list but has yet to announce it to the basketball world. He is expected to do so next week on his brother Marcus Monk’s radio program. “I got my list cut down but my brother hasn’t released it yet,” the 6-foot-3 Malik Monk out of Bentonville (AR) told Scout.com during the recent […]

Duke Basketball: Biggest Ups and Downs from 2015 Offseason so Far

It's been mostly smooth sailing for Duke basketball since it cut down the net at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in April. Duke had an offseason that's been devoid of any major bad news in terms of injuries, academics or behavior issues...Show More Summary

5 sophomores ready to become stars in college basketball

Kentucky, North Carolina, Maryland and Duke will each be counting on big contributions from sophomores this season. Last week, Scott Phillips and I looked at five potential impact freshmen. Today: we're talking about the sophomores.Show More Summary

Takeaways From What We Know of the Basketball Schedule

It is the time of year when dates and times of Syracuse basketball games are slowly released. Syracuse had already known about two Big Monday match-ups against Duke and UNC but last week, two more key games were released. Let’s start about the beginning. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: who starts at shooting guard?

It’s safe to assume that 80% of Duke Basketball’s starting lineup for next year is already set in stone. What we don’t know, however, is who will start at shooting guard. Choosing which player is the right piece to pair alongside Derryck...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: 5 Things Still on Blue Devils' Offseason To-Do List

It's been more than four months since Duke put the finishing touches on its fifth national title in Indianapolis, and we're still almost three months away from the Blue Devils being able to start their defense of that championship. The...Show More Summary

Video: Duke Releases “Summer Grind” Feature On Grayson Allen

Duke basketball has been releasing “Summer Grind” feature videos all summer long, highlighting players’ offseason mentality as the Blue Devils prepare to defend their title. Having already covered five-star freshmen Brandon Ingram and...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: 5 Reasons We Can't Wait for the Blue Devils' 2015-16 Season

Duke learned on Wednesday that it would be making three appearances on ESPN's Big Monday telecasts, the first part of its 2015-16 ACC schedule that's been revealed. The news brings us one step closer to the end of the offseason and the...Show More Summary

Wenyen Gabriel Cuts to 5, Plans Three Officials (UPDATED)

2 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Wenyen Gabriel cut his list to five schools and they are five of college basketball’s heavyweights. The 6-foot-10, 195-pound forward is down to Duke, Kentucky, UConn, Providence and Maryland, his AAU coach, Vin Pastore, confirmed to SNY.tv after it was reported by ESPN’s Adam Finkelstein. Show More Summary

Photo: Here’s Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski Hitting The Slots In Las Vegas

If you’re spending a decent amount of time in Las Vegas, you’re going to do some gambling.  Even if you’re Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski.  The Blue Devils’ coach is out in Vegas for USA basketball and was seen spendingShow More Summary

Photo: Former Duke Star Jon Scheyer Gets Engaged

It’s been somewhat of a winding road for former Duke star Jon Scheyer, who bounced around international basketball for a few years before settling back in Durham, North Carolina, where he’s now an assistant coach under Mike Kryzzewski. Show More Summary

Video: Duke Releases “Summer Grind” Feature On Graduate Center Marshall Plumlee

Duke’s basketball team may have just won another National Championship, but the Blue Devils want fans to know that they’ve already put that one behind them and have began working towards another. And if anybody can get his team in the...Show More Summary

Ranking the Best In-Conference Rivalries in College Basketball Right Now

College basketball's most noteworthy rivalries are steeped in decades of hatred and proximity, but they aren't necessarily the best current rivalries on the court. Everyone knows not to miss a Duke vs. North Carolina game, but did you...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: The Most Hated Player from Blue Devils' Biggest Rivals

All college basketball fans are different, but there is one fundamental rule when it comes to those who have a particular team they root for: You must hate the rivals. And in most cases, there's one particular player on those enemy teams...Show More Summary

Quinn Cook congratulates Duke recruit on Oak Hill transfer

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

Duke Basketball: Biggest Lessons From Blue Devils' 2015 Offseason So Far

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

Photo: A Duke Fan Gets A New Custom License Plate Every Time The Blue Devils Win A National Title

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

Knicks' Jackson, Coach K Top List of NBA's Hottest New Rivalries

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…

Duke’s Brandon Ingram Can Jump Really, Really High (Video)

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 […]

Dark Horses with Potential to Win Major NCAA Basketball Conferences in 2015-16

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

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