Brennan Besser Launches Walk On! America Campaign (@WalkOnAmerica)

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Courtesy Duke Sports Information DURHAM — Duke men’s basketball rising senior Brennan Besser will launched his Walk On! America Foundation during a press conference today. This summer, Besser will bike, walk and run across the United States to raise awareness and donations for the intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) community. Besser’s Walk On! America Foundation will fund charities that help the IDD community. … Read More

Five Blue Devils Headed to NBA Draft Combine

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DURHAM — Five Duke Blue Devils are among the 69 that will attend the 2018 NBA Draft Combine, set for May 16-20 in Chicago. The five from Duke represent the Blue Devils starting five from the 2017-18 team that went 29-8 and reached the NCAA Elite Eight – senior guard Grayson Allen, freshman guard Gary Trent, Jr., freshman guard Trevon Duval, freshman forward Wendell Carter, Jr., and … Read More

Duke’s Brennan Besser to Bike Across America for Charity

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Brennan Besser Launches “Walk On America” to Support the IDD Community Brennan Besser, a Duke men’s basketball rising senior, will bike, walk and run across the United States this summer to raise awareness and donations for the intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) community. Besser has launched the Walk On America Foundation to support charities that help the IDD community. Besser … Read More

International Trip in the Works for the Blue Devils

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Breaking: Looks like Coach K and the #Duke Blue Devils will be in #Montréal this summer for a Foreign Tour & play McGill, potentially at Place Bell in Laval. They’ll also play Ryerson in Toronto. Chance for fans to see 🇨🇦 phenom RJ Barrett. More details to follow. #RDS — Peter Yannopoulos (@PeteYannopoulos) May 1, 2018

Statements from Duke University Regarding the College Basketball Commission

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Duke Vice President and Director of Athletics Kevin White: “To be sure, we want to express our sincere thanks to Dr. Rice and her esteemed colleagues who serve on the College Basketball Commission. Their valuable insight and recommendations provide a starting point, a blueprint so to speak, for the future of college basketball. There is still much work to be … Read More