The Case for Luke Kennard

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As highly touted a recruit as Luke Kennard was, it’s hard to really say his emergence is a surprise. This kid, who grew up a Kentucky fan, never really fit the mold of a Kentucky player in my opinion. That’s not to say he couldn’t have gone to Kentucky, John Calipari did offer the 6’5″ sharpshooter, but Kennard felt more …

Support Local Raleigh Author @LoreleiLogsdon and Check out Her Latest Book “Comorbid” – really good stuff!!

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Hey there Duke fans, N.C. State fans and all other triangle peeps, I wanted to highlight a local Raleigh author, Lorelei Logsdon, who has penned a magnificent psychological thriller of a book called Comorbid. Please give this wonderful read a purchase or a download here (GetBook.at/Comorbid). I read it and loved it, the book turns, then turns again and at …

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@RandyDunson asks Did the First Win Over Louisville Foretell the Remainder of Duke Basketball’s Season?

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Did the First Win Over Louisville Foretell the Remainder of Duke Basketball’s Season? By Randy Dunson (@RandyDunson) [Writer’s Note: The majority of this article was written soon after the first Louisville game, which they won. However, many of the sections have been brought up to date after the Tuesday night win over Wake Forest.] Prior to playing Louisville for the …

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Article by @RandyDunson: What is Next for Duke – Will They Fold or Will They Hold?

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[Writers Note: This article was written prior to the Georgia Tech game and the Mike Krzyzewski illness but production delays prevented its release. There have been a few minor updates since, but In the big picture, the outcome of the Tech game or the coach’s interest has little to do with the majority of the content this article.] This is …

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Article by @RandyDunson: An Upside Down Year: A Big Picture View of Duke’s Season Through Week 12

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An Upside Down Year: A Big Picture View of Duke’s Season Through Week 12 By Randy Dunson This is the first of two articles. In the first, I will look at the state of Duke basketball, and college basketball, from a big picture view, and I do mean big! I will briefly look at comparisons from other top programs as …

Article by @RandyDunson: How Does Duke Stack Up Prior to Moving Into ACC Play

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How Does Duke Stack Up Prior to Moving Into ACC Play By Randy Dunson I thought I would take a gut check of the team prior to moving into ACC play. First though, we cannot look past the four games left on the schedule beforehand. First up, on Tuesday, December 15, Georgia Southern visits Cameron. This is followed by a …

My Review of Power Forward – My Presidential Education by Reggie Love (@reggielove33) Available Now!

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After reading Power Forward, My presidential Education by Reggie Love I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised. This isn’t solely a book detailing his journey from Duke to the Presidents doorstep but also a journey from student to man. How the leaders in Reggie’s life (his parents, Coach K, President Obama) helped to shape who Reggie is now is …

Duke Powers Thru Davidson 111-77

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[jwplayer mediaid=”4222″]   Wow! Could Duke be more efficient in this game? Probably not. I had a bit of a twitter tif with a kid who claimed Duke only schedule soft opponents. Real basketball fans know that Bob McKillop and Davidson are far from cupcakes. Duke handled a veteran group in Davidson with out much problem. Duke exploded for 111 …