As Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski approaches the 1,000-win milestone,
The Chronicle—one of the leaders in Duke basketball coverage since
its inception—will compile special content to commemorate
this historic achievement
Hoping to play the role of David against No. 9 Nebraska, Duke fell flat to its Goliath in Saturday's home opener.
For Duke to take the title at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, it will have to go through a man who knows a thing or two about winning big games for the Blue Devils.
A year ago, Duke could not have trusted its defense to win games. Now, a more two-dimensional squad can win comfortably on nights when its shots aren't necessarily falling.
Playing close to home, Ka'lia and Johnson and Elizabeth Williams combined for 40 of Duke's 82 points to power the Blue Devils past the Lady Monarchs.
For the first time this season No. 4 Duke had significant problems scoring the basketball, but that wasn't enough to derail the Blue Devils
Riding a three-game winning streak highlighted by an upset of then-No. 3 and undefeated Florida State, Duke will take on Louisville for the first time in two years Friday.
After being tested by a physical, well-coached team Tuesday night, the Blue Devils will have to quickly get ready for another big-time Friday night battle.
Duke will unveil its 12th-ranked recruiting class on a national stage at one of biggest meets of the mid-season circuit.
After opening the 2014-15 season with a long trip to Alabama Sunday, the Blue Devils will stay closer to home for their second regular-season battle.
After two solid outings against ACC opponents, Duke will take on the Cornhuskers for its first true test of the season.
Freshman point guard Tyus Jones led the Blue Devils with 17 second-half points to seal Tuesday's victory.
Youth and athleticism met experience and poise Tuesday night. Youth prevailed.
Tuesday is the first real test for the Blue Devils and the first step toward proving this theory. Unlike last year, early-season indicators could translate into continued success.
The Blue Devils have been firing on all cylinders this season and with a Champions Classic clash against No. 18 Michigan State looming, The Chronicle makes sure to get you prepared for the first...
Head coach Joanne P. McCallie has quite a lot to work with after securing the No. 2 recruiting class for the Class of 2015.
Dominant. That’s the adjective players and coaches alike have used to describe Jahlil Okafor.