Duke’s Jayson Tatum to Make College Debut Today vs. Maine

Duke Blue Devils star freshman Jayston Tatum will make his long awaited season debut today versus the Maine Black Bears, according to a spokesperson from Duke University. He's back. 🔵😈#HereComesDuke pic.twitter.com/W9lZx55kFR — Duke Men’s Basketball (@DukeMBB) December 3, 2016 Tatum missed Duke’s first eight games this season due to a foot injury he suffered inContinue reading “Duke’s Jayson Tatum to Make College Debut Today vs. Maine”

Duke Star Harry Giles Undergoes 3rd Career Knee Surgery, Out 6 Weeks

Duke star freshman Harry Giles underwent left knee arthroscopy surgery earlier today, and is expected to miss six weeks. The estimated recovery time of six weeks would cut into the start of Duke’s season. Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski said the following in a statement released to the public that discusses the procedure that Giles had doneContinue reading “Duke Star Harry Giles Undergoes 3rd Career Knee Surgery, Out 6 Weeks”

Quinn Cook Hopeful He’ll Make The Cavs

Throughout his entire life, Quinn Cook hasn’t been given anything easy. It’s always taken the extra effort for him, and he made that clear once again. Cook went un-drafted in the 2015 NBA Draft coming out of Duke University, but quickly found himself on the Oklahoma City Thunder Summer League team: a team with aspirationsContinue reading “Quinn Cook Hopeful He’ll Make The Cavs”

Frank Kaminsky: Jahlil Okafor Should be 1st Pick in 2015 NBA Draft

Frank Kaminsky and Jahlil Okafor squared off twice last college basketball season. Once in the regular season, and once on college basketball’s biggest stage: the national title game. Kaminsky has became an Okafor fan himself, as he thinks that Okafor should go number one in the 2015 NBA Draft. “I think Jahlil is a goodContinue reading “Frank Kaminsky: Jahlil Okafor Should be 1st Pick in 2015 NBA Draft”

Ex-Duke Guard Rasheed Sulaimon Transfers to Maryland

Guard Rasheed Sulamion was dismissed from Duke University back in January based on sexual assault rumors that involved Suliamon’s name. Now, sixth months later, Sulamion will get his chance to play his senior year thanks to the University of Maryland as Sulamion transferred to them early today as he told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Suliamon onContinue reading “Ex-Duke Guard Rasheed Sulaimon Transfers to Maryland”

Brandon Ingram Commits to Duke

As most of us expected, small forward Brandon Ingram has committed to Duke university and will play for the team next season. Ingram chose Duke over North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky, UCLA, and North Carolina State. Ingram is the fourth five-star player in Duke’s recruiting class. https://twitter.com/DanWetzel/status/592815842263445507 Ingram will replace Justice Winslow in Duke’s starting lineup.Continue reading “Brandon Ingram Commits to Duke”

Duke set to Meet With Brandon Ingram Again on Tuesday

The Duke Blue Devils are getting right back to the thing they do the best; recruiting. They will be meeting with five-star small forward Brandon Ingram on Tuesday. This will be Ingram’s second meeting with Duke after he meet with them on Friday. Duke will meet with Brandon Ingram (http://t.co/ZscOSbGBP7) again, per sources. Met withContinue reading “Duke set to Meet With Brandon Ingram Again on Tuesday”

Duke’s Jahlil Okafor Declares for NBA Draft

With the Duke Blue Devils winning the national title in his first at the university, Duke Blue Devils freshman star center Jahlil Okafor has decided to declare for the NBA Draft according to multiple sources close to the Blue Devils. Okafor is expected to be taken was a lottery pick in the 2015 NBA DraftContinue reading “Duke’s Jahlil Okafor Declares for NBA Draft”

Bo Ryan Takes Shot at Duke After National Title Game

Wisconsin Badgers head coach Bo Ryan wasn’t a very happy camper after Wisconsin’s 66-63 loss versus the Duke Blue Devils in his first title game loss as a Division 1 head coach, and he was rubbed the wrong way by the officials. He even took a shot at Duke, saying that Wisconsin doesn’t recruit playersContinue reading “Bo Ryan Takes Shot at Duke After National Title Game”

Frank Kaminsky Leads AP All-American Team

For the 2nd time in Wisconsin Badgers history, the Badgers have had a player named to the AP All-American Team as a unanimous selection. Badgers center Frank Kaminsky was named to the AP All-American team as the only unanimous selection, joining Alando Tucker in 2007. Kaminsky joins Doug McDermott of Creighton as the only twoContinue reading “Frank Kaminsky Leads AP All-American Team”

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