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
After the Wildcats and the Blue Devils, the rest of the Class of 2017 Team Rankings may surprise you
The Blue Devils added Trevon Duval and Jordan Tucker in mid-May
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
Duval is the sixth Class of 2017 prospect to commit to the Blue Devils
Duval is the difference-maker for the Blue Devils.
One of the most confident players in the nation picks the Blue Devils
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 […]
The Blue Devils' class is now ranked third nationally
The freshman averaged 10.9 points per game in helping the Blue Devils to a 28-9 season.
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
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
South Dakota's basketball team will take on Mike Krzyzewski and his Duke Blue Devils on Dec. 2 at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina
The Blue Devils lose several key players as seniors, transfers, or early entrants into the NBA Draft. Who will Duke Basketball miss the most? Amile Jefferson, Matt Jones, Nick Pagliuca, Chase Jeter, Sean Obi, Harry Giles, Luke Kennard, Jayson Tatum, and maybe Frank Jackson. Show More Summary
Point guard was not expecting an offer from the Blue Devils
Luke Kennard: SG – Duke, turns 21 on June 24 Measurables: 6-6, 202 lbs. Strengths: Shooting, Scoring, IQ, Pump Fake, Work Ethic Weaknesses: Defense, Lateral Quickness, Length, Strength Conclusion: Kennard took control of the Blue Devils as 1-A or 1-B on offense alongside Jayson Tatum, which resulted in Grayson Allen opting to return for another year. Show More Summary
Jackson started 16 games as a freshman for the Blue Devils this past season
The All-American guard led the Blue Devils in scoring this past season at 19.5 points a game.
J.J. Redick was a fan favorite when he was draining countless shots from long range at Duke, and hating North Carolina is supposed to be in every Blue Devil’s blood. But game recognize game, as they say.After UNC defeated Gonzaga inShow More Summary