Duke basketball rounds out exhibition slate with Central Missouri
As has become tradition, the Blue Devils will host the Mules, last season's Division II national champions, at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
A class of their own
Duke's top-ranked recruiting class is shaping up to be one of the best in Blue Devil history—now all they have to do is live up to the billing.
New kid on the block
Dominant. That’s the adjective players and coaches alike have used to describe Jahlil Okafor.
Blue Devils will look to move forward after offseason losses
Moving on is hard to do, but if the Blue Devils want to make another run at the ACC title, they will have to do just that this season.
The Chronicle's guide to Duke basketball's 2014-15 schedule
The Blue Zone gets you ready for the season with a look at the Blue Devils' prominent non-conference matchups, as well as every team in the ACC.
Frush provides emotional uplift for the Blue Devils
When she joined the Blue Devils as a walk-on three years ago, Jenna Frush was an unheralded 5-foot-6 point guard who wasn't heavily recruited coming out of high school.
Changing of the guards for Duke women's basketball
Duke knows the importance of strong point guard play. After all, it was season-ending injuries to point guards Chelsea Gray and Alexis Jones injury that dashed the Blue Devils’ national title...
Williams looks to end storied Blue Devil career with title
Elizabeth Williams has been a household name for Duke women’s basketball since the first time she stepped onto Coach K Court in 2011.
The Quinn-tessential Leader
From fiery freshman to dejected junior, Duke has seen many sides to Quinn Cook. This year, the Blue Devils will rely on a new mentality from the team’s lone senior: Captain Cook.
Jefferson next in long lineage of Duke leaders
Amile Jefferson knows how to make the most out of his opportunities.