Duke’s Cam Reddish prepares for the upcoming season with trainer Aaron Johnson of Ball Beyond.
With the recent news that 2018 PF Marvin Bagley is likely to reclassify into 2017 a lot of questions have been unearthed. Firstly if he does reclassify where are the likely landing spots for the 6’10 versatile power forward? Most in the know think it would be a two man race between the Duke Blue Devils and the USC Trojans … Read More
The summer is a time for preparation and getting better and for Duke’s Antonio Vrankovic his road leading into this upcoming season differs from that of his Blue Devil teammates. Here is an article in Croatian, and well I don’t speak it but here is a link to a google translation…it’s not exact but you can get the gist.
The Blue Devils’ soap opera non-conference season finally came to a close on Wednesday night. It’s tough to complain, sitting at 12-1, but the season has featured a fair share of road bumps. In order for Duke to have success in what may be the most talented ACC Conference of all-time, a few things must be straightened out. Here are my … Read More
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 … Read More
With an ailing Coach K not making the trip Duke would lean on Associate Head Coach Jeff Capel to lead the Devils against a Georgia Tech team similarly struggling in the ACC. Duke came out flat defensively giving up 28 points in the paint to Georgia Tech, relying once again on mostly zone defense in the first half to preserve … Read More
To start the discussion of the 2015 Duke Blue Devils squad we have to begin with where we left off – The 2015 National Championship. The last time on the court Duke was different, Duke was great. A 68 to 63 win against a strong Wisconsin squad saw a team of many young pieces melded together with some staunch veteran … Read More
Before you look back at this remarkable and captivating Duke basketball season, take a deep breath, because by the end of this article you will not be able to sit still. Duke entered the 20142015 season after suffering a shocking defeat to 14 seed Mercer in Duke’s first game of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The upcoming season looked promising with … Read More
Washington, DC native Quinn Cook, the lone senior on this year’s Duke squad, may not be getting the amount of press coverage and buzz that the “4 Quarters” (the pre-season nickname given to the heralded 4-man freshman class Coach Mike Krzyzewski hauled into Durham this year) has, but his importance cannot be overstated. Cook has been Mr. Big Shot all … Read More
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