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Duke Basketball: Introducing Next Year's Freshman Class

Mike Kryzyzewski and his coaching staff have managed to pull off an almost impossible feat: out-recruiting Kentucky. Duke will be bringing in the No. 1 recruiting class in the country next season. The four freshmen Duke is adding will...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball Recruiting: What Are Blue Devils' Chances to Land Myles Turner?

While the Duke basketball world waits with bated breath for Jabari Parker’s NBA decision, it is worth pointing out that the Blue Devils will still be among the best teams in the country next season either way because of Mike Krzyzewski’s incredible recruiting. Duke has the No. Show More Summary

Rodney Hood Reportedly Declares for 2014 NBA Draft: How High Will He Go?

Duke basketball standout Rodney Hood has reportedly declared for the 2014 NBA draft, according to Adam Zagoria of, but how high will he go? Tune into the video above to see Adam Lefkoe and Jonathan Wasserman break down what Hood could bring to an NBA team and how high he'll likely be drafted. Read more NBA news on

For Mitch, the gaffes are the good news (at least relatively speaking)

Writing in the Louisville Courier-Journal on Sunday, James R. Carroll compiled something of an anthology of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's campaign gaffes ranging from his web ad featuring the Duke basketball team to calling...Show More Summary

Should Jabari Parker Stay at Duke for His Sophomore Season?

The Duke Blue Devils finished the 2013-14 season in disappointing fashion with a first-round exit from the NCAA tournament. Freshman forward Jabari Parker is now on the verge of selecting where he will play basketball next season. Will...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Reasons to Be Excited for Next Season

The time has come for Duke fans to stop dwelling on the team’s disappointing loss to Mercer and start getting excited about next season! The best part about being a fan is often the optimism that comes with anticipating next year. Without...Show More Summary

Big Blue Morning: A basketball injury?

I mean, I guess the question has to be asked. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning had ankle surgery Thursday, one day after photos surfaced of him, his brother and some of their teammates on the basketball court at Duke. So if you...Show More Summary

PHOTO: Eli and Peyton Manning with Coach K at Duke

Before undergoing ankle surgery on Thursday, Eli Manning spent some time at Duke with his brother Peyton and Blue Devil basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski

Duke Basketball: Blue Devils' Offseason to-Do List

The 2013-2014 college basketball season is officially over with Connecticut’s victory over Kentucky in the NCAA tournament championship game. The season started off with great promise for the Duke Blue Devils but ended in disappointment...Show More Summary

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

@feministing veet says my hairy legs make me a dude? that means more pay right? — syndie allen (@syndieallen) April 8, 2014 A group of Duke graduate students collectivized their wages. Why you should watch the women’s basketball national championship game tonight. “Black folks have been reasoning with white people forever. Racism is unreasonable, and that [...]

UConn is the New Duke

Whether you love or hate them, for better or worse, and if it makes sense or not, Duke is the gold-standard in the eyes of many when it comes to college basketball. Don’t shoot the messenger. Part of the reason is winning, but it has more to do with allure. Those two used to be […]

Mike Krzyzewski Leads List of Top-Paid College Basketball Coaches

Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, one of the longest-tenured and most successful coaches in the history of the sport, is also being paid like the Hall of Famer that he is. Krzyzewski earned $9,682,032 from the Blue Devils during the 2013-14 season, according to USA Today, which makes him the highest-paid coach in the sport. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball Recruiting: Grades from 2014 McDonald's All-American Game

Duke haters across the country need to get their jokes in now in the aftermath of the Blue Devils’ NCAA tournament loss to Mercer because Mike Krzyzewski’s team could very well be No. 1 in the country next season. The reason behind that...Show More Summary

Tobacco Road Rising: Duke, UNC Recruits Own 2014 McDonald's All-American Game

When it comes to college basketball, it seems more often than not that the rich get richer and the rivalries only get better. That appears to be the case with Atlantic Coast Conference rivals Duke and North Carolina after Wednesday night's...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball Recruiting: 2014 Class Has History-Making Potential

One-and-done players haven't translated into team success for Mike Krzyzewski. In 2010, Coach K recruited a kid named Kyrie Irving. The explosive point guard spent much of the season injured, however, and although the Blue Devils nabbed a No. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball Recruiting: Preview of 2014 McDonald's All-American Game

The 2014 McDonald's All-American Game will have a heavy blue tint to it. The top three classes in 247 Sports' current rankings — Duke, Kentucky and North Carolina — represent a combined 11 of the 24 prospects who will take the court in Chicago. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball Recruiting: Preview of 2014 McDonald's All-American Game

The 2013-14 college basketball season ended in spectacular disappointment for Duke thanks to an NCAA tournament loss to Mercer, but the future looks much brighter for the Blue Devils. Mike Krzyzewski currently has the No. 1 class in the country when it comes to the 2014 recruiting rankings, and he is still in on elite big man Myles Turner. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Top Offseason Storylines

The 2013-14 college basketball season is reaching its conclusion with the Final Four set for Saturday, but Duke’s season already feels like a distant memory. It’s hard to imagine that the same team that lost to Mercer in their first game of the NCAA tournament entered the season with so much hype. Show More Summary

Duke's Wojciechowski taking over at Marquette

Marquette has hired Duke assistant Steve Wojciechowski as its next men’s basketball coach, said a person familiar with the situation.

Marquette Reportedly Hires Wojciechowski as Head Coach

According to reports from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, the Marquette Golden Eagles have hired Duke associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski as their 17th head basketball coach in program history. Wojciechowski, who interviewed for the position on Monday, spent 15 years as an assistant coach under Mike Krzyzewski. Show More Summary

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