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Photo: Marshall Plumlee Has Graduated From ROTC CLC Training, Excited To Bring Back Lessons To Duke

Marshall Plumlee is one step closer to becoming an army officer.  The Duke big man, who said this past January he’d be joining the U.S. Army once he’s done with the Blue Devils, has completed his R.O.T.C Cadet Leadership Course.  Plumlee...Show More Summary

Duke star Marshall Plumlee graduates from ROTC training

Any die-hard Duke basketball fan, like myself, knows of one family name that has been one of the more prominent names with the Blue Devils over the last decade. The Plumlee brothers have all attended and played for Duke and have made...Show More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Justise Winslow's Rookie Season with the Miami Heat

Pat Riley and the Miami Heat snagged one of the best value picks in the 2015 NBA draft when Duke's Justise Winslow fell to No. 10. The 6'6" freshman stood out against his NCAA challengers in 2014-15, serving as the Blue Devils' most versatile weapon en route to a national championship. Show More Summary

Video: Duke Releases Cool Video Celebrating All Of Coach K’s NBA Draft Picks

The NBA has been good to Duke’s men’s basketball program. Or maybe we should say: the Blue Devils have been good to the NBA.  Since Mike Krzyzewski took over the program, Duke has produced 54 NBA Draft picks. That’s really, really impressive.  With...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Blue Devils Most Likely to Make All-ACC Team

For a team that went on to win the national title, Duke wasn't particularly well represented on the All-ACC Team this past season. The Blue Devils had three players named to the 15-person team, but only one—center Jahlil Okafor—made the first squad, while standout forward Justise Winslow was shut out altogether. Show More Summary

Duke Releases Hype Tape Highlighting Team's History and Core Values

For as much of a perennial basketball powerhouse as Duke has become under head coach Mike Krzyzewski, there remains a stigma that Blue Devil players don’t necessarily translate well to the NBA. With Jahlil Okafor (No. 3), Justise Winslow (No. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Duke Releases Good Luck Videos For Each Of Its NBA Draft Hopefuls

Duke basketball’s awesome year will continue tonight, when the national champions are expected to have up to four players selected in the NBA Draft.  Former Blue Devils Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow are both projected to be lottery...Show More Summary

Dismissed Duke G Rasheed Sulaimon Wishes Luck To Former Blue Devils On NBA Draft Night

Rasheed Sulaimon’s time at Dunk ended in pretty rough fashion, as the talented guard was dismissed from the team months before it won the national championship, but he still has love for his former teammates.  It’s NBA Draft night and...Show More Summary

Biggest Steals from the 2015 NBA Draft

Ten years from now, the story of the 2015 NBA draft will be the best player falling to No. 3 and the best wing dropping to No. 10. Duke homers, you've found the right place. The best two Blue Devils are a good place to start when you're...Show More Summary

NBA Draft 2015: Full Results and Initial Grades for Entire 1st Round

No team had a better draft than the Miami Heat. After some unexpected picks in the first four selections, the Duke Blue Devils' Justise Winslow was one of the biggest fallers. The Heat were happy to catch the falling star. Getting Winslow at No. Show More Summary

2015 NBA Draft picks: Minnesota Timberwolves acquire Tyus Jones in trade with Cleveland Cavaliers

The Timberwolves have acquired Jones with the No. 24 pick. Another Duke Blue Devil has been drafted. Tyus Jones, the 6'1 guard out of Minnesota, has been acquired by his hometown Timberwolves with the No. 24 pick. The Timberwolves will send the Cleveland Cavaliers the No. Show More Summary

2015 NBA Draft picks: Houston Rockets select Tyus Jones

He was taken No. 18 overall. Another Duke Blue Devil has been drafted. Tyus Jones, the 6'1 guard out of Minnesota, has been selected by the Houston Rockets with the No. 18 overall pick of the 2015 NBA Draft. Jones is the third Blue Devil...Show More Summary

NBA Draft results 2015: Justise Winslow picked by Miami

Winslow broke out as a star during Duke's run to the national championship, and now he's headed to Miami after an unexpected slide down the draft board. Another Duke Blue Devil one-and-done is finally off the board in the 2015 NBA Draft. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball Recruiting: Prioritizing Blue Devils' Top 2016 Targets

Duke remains one of the more notable college basketball programs yet to have secured a commitment for its 2016 recruiting class, but that's not for a lack of trying. The Blue Devils are going hard after most of the best prospects inShow More Summary

GQ Dresses Justice Winslow for NBA Draft

GQ hooked up Duke’s Justice Winslow with a suit for tomorrow night’s NBA draft. In the video, GQ creative director Jim Moore and stye editor Will Welch go over a few options with Winslow, before settling on a damn fine blue suit. There’s...Show More Summary

Video: Duke Basketball Releases Cool Video Celebrating All Of Coach K’s NBA Draft Picks

Kentucky is the college basketball program that gets most of the love these days for producing NBA talent, but Duke has been pretty great at it, too.  Since Mike Krzyzewski took over the Blue Devils’ program in 1980, he’s had 51 players...Show More Summary

NBA Draft Odds and Betting Props: Towns, Okafor, Kaminsky on the Board

Freshman Karl-Anthony Towns of the Kentucky Wildcats and Jahlil Okafor of the Duke Blue Devils are heavy favorites to be selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves and Los Angeles Lakers, respectively, with the top two picks in Thursday's...Show More Summary

Sam Dekker Already Has A Game Plan For Defending LeBron James

The 2014-15 college basketball season had a bittersweet ending for Sam Dekker, as his Wisconsin Badgers fell short to the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA men's basketball title game. Nonetheless, the two-time second-team All-Big Ten player and former Wisconsin Mr. Show More Summary

Justise Winslow Talks 2015 NBA Draft in B/R Exclusive Interview

All his life, Justise Winslow has shined brightest in big moments. In four years at St. John's High School in Houston, Texas, his team won three division championships. In his lone season at Duke, the Blue Devils hoisted the national...Show More Summary

David Fincher Sees the World in Two Colors: Yellow and Blue

If you’re watching a David Fincher movie, the world is probably looking very dingy and yellow—unless, of course, it looks chilly and blue. Whether his characters are duking it out in Fight Club, enjoying a quiet breakup dinner in The...Show More Summary

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