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Duke Basketball: Predicting Blue Devils' Stat Leaders for 2016-17 Season

While Duke has talent going into next season, we don't know which players will emerge over the course of the year. In all likelihood, the Blue Devils will be the No. 1 team in the country in November thanks to an elite recruiting class joining an already established group of returning players. Show More Summary

Updated College Basketball Preseason Top 25 After NBA Draft Withdrawal Deadline

A lot has changed since posting our super-early top 25 for the 2016-17 men's college basketball season, but one thing hasn't: Duke is still the obvious No. 1 team in the country. If anything, the Blue Devils' stranglehold on the topShow More Summary

Duke Basketball: Blue Devils' Biggest Reasons for Optimism in 2016-17

While Duke always feels good about its chances of contending, the 2016-17 basketball season should feature even more optimism than usual. The Blue Devils lost Brandon Ingram, Marshall Plumlee and Derryck Thornton from a team that underachieved and lost in the Sweet 16 a year ago. Show More Summary

Photo: Louisville’s Donovan Mitchell Says The Cardinals Are Better Than Duke

No college basketball team is currently receiving more love than Duke.  The Blue Devils, a likely unanimous preseason No. 1 for the 2016-17 season, added to their ridiculous amount of depth on Thursday, receiving a commitment from 2016 five-star center Marques Bolden. Show More Summary

Projecting Duke's 2016-17 Rotation After Marques Bolden's Commitment

Duke's addition of 5-star center Marques Bolden shook up the college basketball world Thursday as the loaded Blue Devils added another potential one-and-done prospect to their 2016-17 roster, per Paul Biancardi of Already looking like the No. Show More Summary

Duke trolls John Calipari after landing commitment from Marques Bolden

The official Twitter account for the Duke men's basketball program trolled John Calipari after the program landed a commitment from highly sought-after recruit, Marques Bolden. Bolden, a five-star center from Texas, on Thursday announced that he was choosing to attend Duke. Show More Summary

Blue Devils are even more loaded after Marques Bolden picks Duke over Kentucky

Marques Bolden, a 6-foot-11 center out of DeSoto, Tex., announced Thursday that he plans to play college basketball at Duke, choosing the Blue Devils over Kentucky. Bolden is rated as the No. 15 overall recruit and No. 1 center in the high school class of 2016, according to 247 Sports’ composite rankings. Duke now has […]

Predicting Every Major All-Conference Team for 2017 College Basketball Season

Duke's Grayson Allen and Oregon's Dillon Brooks waged war this past March for a spot in the Elite Eight, and they might be battling each other for the 2017 Wooden Award as our still-way-too-early preseason favorites to appear on their...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Biggest Adjustments Blue Devils Must Make in 2016-17

Even after adding one of the country's best recruiting classes, Duke will still have to work to reach its goals this upcoming season. The Blue Devils will have plenty of talent next year, but as we have seen throughout college basketball, this alone won't guarantee a championship. Show More Summary

Photo: Amile Jefferson graduates, shows off Duke championship ring

Over the weekend, Duke Blue Devils big man Amile Jefferson walked across the stage in his cap and gown for graduation. While Jefferson now has his diploma, he is not done as a member of the basketball team. After receiving his diploma,...Show More Summary

Photo: Amile Jefferson Graduates From Duke, Shows Off Blue Devils’ National Championship Ring

Amile Jefferson has one more season as a member of Duke’s men’s basketball team, but his time as an undergrad at the university is over.  The Blue Devils’ big man has graduated.  Duke posted a picture of Jefferson in his cap and gown. Show More Summary

Looking Forward: Is Bill Self the right coach for a one-and-done star like Josh Jackson?

The consensus among college basketball observers is that Duke and Kentucky are the two programs that, right now, are recruiting better than anyone in the sport. They’re the teams that can lose three — or four or five or six — players to the NBA Draft and find a way to reload their roster enough […]

Shane Battier, Grant Hill elected to Duke Athletics Hall of Fame

This morning, Duke announced seven new inductees into its Athletics Hall of Fame for 2016. Included in that group are two former basketball legends: Grant Hill and Shane Battier. Duke basketball’s Instagram account congratulated Hill and Battier with personalized posts.  Both guys are more than deserving of this honor. Show More Summary

John Calipari takes shot at Coach K, Duke

When you think of the current era of college basketball, the “one-and-done” has become a popular way to run things, especially when you want to compete for a national championship. There is not one coach who has embraced that more than...Show More Summary

Kevin White, Duke AD, Speaks on Mike Krzyzewski's Future with Program

Duke athletic director Kevin White doesn't expect head basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski to leave the sidelines anytime soon despite a recent series of health concerns. Laura Keeley and Andrew Carter of the News & Observer reported Coach K underwent hernia repair surgery Monday after getting a left knee replacement last month. Show More Summary

Coach K expected to lead Duke for at least five more years

Duke University doesn’t expect Mike Krzyzewski to go anywhere anytime soon. Duke athletics director Kevin White told the Herald-Sun of Durham, N.C., he expects Coach K to remain in charge of the storied men’s basketball team for at least another five years, according to USA TODAY. Show More Summary

Krzyzewski has hernia surgery, expects to be healthy for Rio

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Duke says men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski has had hernia surgery. Team spokesman Cory Walton said the Hall of Fame coach underwent inguinal hernia repair surgery Monday at Duke University Hospital. Krzyzewski says he will be in ''great physical condition'' when he coaches the U.S. Show More Summary

Mike Krzyzewski Undergoes Successful Surgery to Repair Inguinal Hernia

Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski underwent successful surgery Monday for an inguinal hernia. The Duke Chronicle reported the news of Krzyzewski's operation, featuring comments from the longtime Blue Devils program leader. "I'd...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Strengths and Weaknesses of Blue Devils' 2016-17 Roster

Even the most talented teams in college basketball will have strengths as well as weaknesses heading into the season. The Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team should go into the 2016-17 season as one of the top teams in every poll that exists. Show More Summary

Duke, Cincinnati lead Hall of Fame Tip-Off

Duke and Cincinnati, 2016 NCAA Tournament teams, highlight the eight-team field for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament        

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