Blue Devils slide past Vols
The Volunteers entered last night’s game against Duke having nailed 26 3-pointers in their opening two contests.
Backcourt chemistry enhances offense
Head coach Mike Krzyzewski quipped that at halftime of his team’s 82-69 victory over Davidson, he was not sure that there was going to be a celebration.
Improved pressure D sparks second-half run
One week after Belmont nearly upset Duke on its home floor, the Blue Devils received a scare from another well-coached mid-major program.
RETURN OF THE KING
Now, the focus can finally shift from Krzyzewski’s historic pursuit to his team, beginning with Friday’s contest against Davidson (2-0). And Krzyzewski wouldn’t have it any other way.
Dawkins’ big night in the Garden helps deliver number 903
When it was all over, Mike Krzyzewski pushed through the crowd of photographers surrounding him to find Bob Knight, his former coach and the man whose record he had just broken.
Coach K gets first shot at record in New York
It seems fitting that Mike Krzyzewski’s first shot at his 903rd career head coaching victory will come in the first game of a doubleheader, a throwback to earlier days of college basketball.
Duke hangs on against Belmont
The mood in Duke’s locker room following a 77-76 victory over Belmont could be characterized by one word—relief.
Big men shine in win over Presbyterian
With just over eight minutes remaining in Saturday’s win over Presbyterian, Coach K Court shook after a Miles Plumlee dunk put Duke ahead by 40 points.
EDGE OF GLORY
Bob Knight had a special message for Mike Krzyzewski when the two spoke during a prerecording of Duke head coach’s radio show earlier in the season.
Duke takes on Presbyterian
When Duke plays Presbyterian on Saturday, head coach Mike Krzyzweski has a chance to make history.
Rematch of 2008 NCAA tourney game
In 2008, Belmont nearly became the fifth No. 15 seed in NCAA tournament history to upset a No. 2 seed in the first round.
Whitfield and Jordan make dynamic duo
Friend and coworker of former North Carolina superstar Michael Jordan, president and chief operating officer of the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats, business school and law school graduate—Fred Whitfield...
Kelly improving year by year
Ryan Kelly was a solid role player for Duke last season, but there was a point where it looked like he was poised to expand his role significantly.
Sulaimon officially commits
On the first day of the early signing period, Duke will officially add the first, and currently only, member of its 2012 recruiting class—Rasheed Sulaimon.
‘Kings of Tobacco Road’ to meet at NC Central
Kyrie Irving will get his chance to take on North Carolina on the hardwood this season—just not as a current member of the Duke men’s basketball team.
Capel relishes opportunity with alma mater
Jeff Capel has always coached with a chip on his shoulder.
Curry prepares for step into the spotlight
Seth Curry has always been a bit of a enigma. His quiet demeanor and unheralded arrival at Duke as a transfer from Liberty University have kept him out of the spotlight so far in his career.
Eight things to watch for this season
As you flip through a supplement designed to make predictions about the upcoming season, allow me to make a somewhat self-defeating point: It’s utterly impossible to ever really predict what will...
Wake Forest Season Preview: High turnover at Wake
After an absymal 8-24 showing and just one conference win last year, the Wake Forest roster has undergone significant turnover, but not due for the usual reasons like graduation and early entry to...
Clemson Season Preview: Tigers rely on Jennings
Coming off a 22-win season and its first NCAA tournament victory in 14 years, Clemson enters a rebuilding year.
N.C. State Season Preview: NCSU deep at forward
North Carolina State and Alabama both earned bids to the NCAA tournament each year from 2002 to 2006, but neither has been back since those streaks ended.
Rivers learns Duke game plan
It is no secret that last year’s Duke squad had an uber-talented freshman in point guard Kyrie Irving, who became the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft.
Georgia Tech Season Preview: Jackets work to retool
In the wake of a disappointing 13-18 record last season, former Georgia Tech head coach Paul Hewitt was shown the door, to be replaced by Brian Gregory, who joined the Yellow Jackets from Dayton.
Florida State Preview: Seminoles will be ACC’s pesky third contender
In a year where it seems that all eyes are on Duke and North Carolina in the ACC, look for the experienced Seminoles to make some noise under the tutelage of longtime head coach Leonard Hamilton.
Virginia Season Preview: Cavaliers return four
The Cavaliers limped to a 16-15 record last season, with a 7-9 ACC mark, but return four starters and a healthy lineup as they gear up for the 2011-2012 season.
Duke women's basketball's Richa Jackson survives tornado, gains new perspective
Mike Krzyzewski will coach Team USA and Duke basketball through 2016
Duke women's soccer comes together to help tornado-victim teammate
Duke women's golf tees off at NCAA Championships
Duke basketball commit Grayson Allen's competitive drive