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Duke releases 2017-18 non-conference schedule

Duke released their non-conference schedule on Monday, and as we’ve come to expect from the Blue Devils, it’s made up primarily of buy games and showcase events. The big one is the Phil Knight Invitational, an event in Portland over Thanksgiving weekend that will feature two eight-team tournaments that run concurrently. The field for that […]

Tupac's Iconic Duke Jersey Hits Auction Block

Grab your wallets, Tupac fans... the legendary rapper's personally-owned Duke Blue Devils basketball jersey is hitting the auction block!!! One of the most famous pics of Pac from the '90s shows him wearing the blue #5 jersey, which was worn on the…

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

Duke's Frank Jackson Might be the Most Freakish Athlete in the 2017 NBA Draft

Duke's backcourt was crowded during the 2016-2017 college hoops season. With the Blue Devils already sporting a host of shooting guards in Luke Kennard, Grayson Allen and Matt Jones, finding minutes was difficult for freshman Frank Jackson. Show More Summary

Daisy Duke Has Nothing on How These 15 It Girls Style Their Denim Shorts

Denim cutoffs have been a wardrobe staple for as long we as can remember. Just like the classic jeans and white t-shirt pairing, celebrities turn to their baby blues when the temperature starts rising. But after years of wearing trusty denim shorts, it can be tough to find fresh and innovative ways to style them. Show More Summary

Coach K says Wendell Carter, Marques Bolden ‘will play together’

Duke was considered by many to be the leader in the clubhouse to receive a commitment from top ten prospect Kevin Knox largely due to the fact that Knox was built in the small-ball four mold that the Blue Devils have had so much success with in recent years. Jabari Parker, Justise Winslow, Brandon Ingram, […]

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

Duke and Kentucky own recruiting, but any team can make it to the next highest level

After the Wildcats and the Blue Devils, the rest of the Class of 2017 Team Rankings may surprise you

Five-star Trevon Duval commits to Duke to boost Blue Devils' title hopes

Despite the loss of four underclassmen to the NBA, Duke should again contend for championship.        

No. 1 PG Trevon Duval picks Duke, confident the Blue Devils can win it all

No. 1 PG Trevon Duval picks Duke, confident the Blue Devils can win it all        

Duke snags four-star wing Jordan Tucker

One of the most confident players in the nation picks the Blue Devils        

Duke lands commitment from four-star forward Jordan Tucker

After missing out in top ten recruit Kevin Knox, who surprisingly committed to Kentucky last weekend, Duke landed themselves a big forward as four-star recruit Jordan Tucker picked the Blue Devils over Syracuse. Tucker is a 6-foot-7 shooter from New York that will likely play an immediate role for Duke on the wing and as […]

Duke freshman guard Frank Jackson will stay in the NBA draft

The freshman averaged 10.9 points per game in helping the Blue Devils to a 28-9 season.        

Duke’s Frank Jackson will stay in NBA Draft

Jackson will join teammates Jayson Tatum and Harry Giles as the latest one-and-done Blue Devils. Duke guard Frank Jackson will keep his name in the NBA Draft and not return to Durham for his sophomore season. Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski...Show More Summary

Kevin Knox commits to Kentucky, gives John Calipari blue chip recruit on the wing

The Wildcats have landed a five-star wing on the recruiting trail. Kevin Knox is going to Kentucky. The 5-star wing picked the Wildcats over North Carolina, Duke, Florida State and Missouri on Saturday afternoon. Knox is a 6’9, 200-pound wing from Tampa Bay, Fla. Show More Summary

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