Matthew Hurt could be a huge part of whether Duke is successful our not this upcoming season.
The Blue Devils have extended another offer in the class of 2021, this time to shooting guard Max Christie out of Rolling Meadows, IL. The 6’6 175lb Christie is the 5th offer in the class for Coach K and the Blue Devils and the first shooting guard. Duke has yet to garner of commitment in the class. Christie is as … Read More
Duke has made their 9th offer in the class of 2020. Small forward Ziaire Williams has received an offer from the Blue Devils. The 6’7 small forward out of Sierra Canyon in California. Williams is a top ten prospect in both ESPN and 247 Sports rankings. Williams is rangy shooter but also has a solid handle and he ability to … Read More
NAPOLI, Italy – Duke men’s basketball rising senior Jack White scored 11 points and pulled down nine rebounds for his home country of Australia in an 86-69 defeat of Israel in the bronze medal game at the 30th World University Summer Games Thursday in Napoli, Italy. The Traraglon, Victoria native went four-for-six from the field and gathered eight defensive boards in the Bronze … Read More
Link to full schedule as it is released DURHAM, N.C. — The Duke men’s basketball program has announced its 2019-20 non-conference schedule, featuring marquee matchups versus Kansas and Michigan State and seven games at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The reigning ACC Champion Blue Devils will play 11 out-of-conference games next season ahead of the ACC’s first 20-game conference slate. The 115th … Read More
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Former Duke men’s basketball standout Zion Williamson added another trophy to his collection Wednesday evening, winning the ESPY as the 2019 College Athlete of the Year. Williamson becomes the first Duke men’s basketball player to win an ESPY, and just the fourth nominated. In 2002, both Shane Battier and Jason Williams were nominated for the College … Read More