Reflecting on a Year to Remember By Daniel Landa (@dll07)

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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

Quinn Cook’s Senior Moment

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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

Randy Dunson (@randydunson) & Brian Horace Preview Duke (24-7, 13-5) – Clemson (20-11, 11-8) ACC Tournament

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Duke (24-7, 13-5) – Clemson (20-11, 11-8) ACC Tournament Preview Randy Dunson & Brian Horace March 14, 2014 Snapshot Duke earned the No. 3 seed in the ACC Tournament and will play in the quarterfinal Friday, March 14, at 9 PM against sixth-seeded Clemson. The Blue Devils have won nine straight ACC Tournament games as the No. 3 seed. Duke … Read More

Duke Takes it To The Tar Heels 93-81

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Duke Takes it to the  Tar Heel 93-81 on Senior Night in front of a raucous crowd and some high-profile signees, recruits and sports celebrities. Jabari Parker in what could be his final game in front of the Crazies had probably the game of his career. Parker scored a career high 30 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for the … Read More