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Congrats to Duke Signees Jeremy Roach (@Jeremyroach10), DJ Steward (@swipasnipa) & Mark Williams (@MarkWi1liams) on being Named McDonalds All-Americans

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3 Duke recruits (Jeremy Roach, DJ Steward and Mark Williams) have named to the McDonalds All-American team. This is the 36th straight year with a selection and the 10th straight year with 2. Duke has had 82 selections overall. 😈 36th straight year with a @McDAAG selection 😈 10th straight year with 2+ 🍔 @swipasnipa 🍔 @Jeremyroach10 🍔 @MarkWi1liams pic.twitter.com/CXfDWvaQt4 …

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Just a Few Facts about Hall of Fame Coach on Morgan Wootten

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Morgan Wootten, In addition to being the best high school basketball coach, maybe one of the best coaches period in the sport.  He’s one of only 3 high school coaches to ever be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, following Ernest Blood and before Bob Hurley. Most don’t realize he was one of the first high school basketball …

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Duke Puts the Hurt on Miami Earning Season Sweep 89-59; Matthew Hurt Scores 22; Tre Jones with 6 Assists

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Not much changed in the second matchup with Duke vs Miami. The Blue Devils jumped on the Hurricanes early and often to the tune of a 28-9 run to begin the game. Duke never looked back on their way to an 89-59 win. The Blue Devil began the game hot from beyond the arc hitting 4 of their first 6 …

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Clemson Downs Duke 79-72

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I don’t think anyone had any illusions of an undefeated ACC season for the Duke Blue Devils and with the natural progression of teams coupled with a sudden lack of depth for Duke due to injury – trouble was a’brewin. Last night Duke ran into a Clemson team who played with passion, purpose and poise. The Tigers, fresh off of …

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Joey Baker Out Tonight at Clemson with Sprained Ankle

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Per Duke Sports Information CLEMSON, S.C. — Duke has announced that sophomore forward Joey Baker will miss tonight’s game at Clemson with a sprained right ankle. Baker suffered the injury in practice this week. His status is day-to-day. The Fayetteville, N.C., native had played in 15 games and was averaging 6.9 points and shooting .481 from the field and .435 from three-point range. …