There is no timetable for Jabari Parker to announce whether he is staying in school or departing for the NBA.

Jabari Parker announcement still on hold

Contrary to media reports earlier in the week, Jabari Parker will not announce Wednesday whether he has played his final game in a Duke uniform.

The first Blue Devil selected in the WNBA draft since 2011, Chelsea Gray earned a pick from the hometown Connecticut Sun Monday night in Uncasville, Conn.

Back-to-back

Two of the most prolific guards in Duke program history will be taking their talents to the next level

Issac Blakeney and four teammates have taken their talents from the gridiron to the track in order to improve their speed for the fal.

Beyond the gridiron

Five Blue Devils are looking to gain an edge in speed by competing in track this spring

After 19 years at Duke as a player and coach, Steve Wojciechowski announced Tuesday that he will be taking over the head coach position at Marquette, replacing Buzz Williams.

Wojciechowski takes competitive spirit to Marquette

If somebody owned a trademark on floor slapping, it would Wojciechowski

Head coach Mike Krzyzewski said he intends to remain at Duke at least through the 2018-19 season.

Mike Krzyzewski plans for 'next 5 years' with Duke basketball

Announcing plans to coach into his early 70s, Duke's head coach isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

The Blue Devils played exactly the team they needed to avoid with their depleted backcourt—an offensive powerhouse loaded with perimeter talent.

Guard-deficient Duke women's basketball falls in difficult matchup

Seventh-seeded DePaul used constant defensive pressure to stun the second-seeded Blue Devils 74-65 at Cameron Indoor Stadium in the second round of the NCAA tournament

Junior Elizabeth Williams 12 points, ten rebounds and seven blocks in Cameron Indoor Stadium Monday night, but that was not enough to save the Blue Devils from an early NCAA tournament exit.

Duke women's basketball falls in Round of 32 to Blue Demons

Seventh-seeded DePaul pulled off the biggest upset of the NCAA tournament thus far, taking down second-seeded Duke 74-65 Monday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium

The combination of Oderah Chidom (left) Elizabeth Williams (center) and Amber Henson (right) gives Duke a three-headed monster in the post.

Duke women's basketball uses its size to create a matchup nightmare

With two All-American caliber guards out of commission due to injury, the Blue Devils had no choice but to pound the post.

Junior guard Ka'lia Johnson's breakout performance against North Carolina propelled her into this year's NCAA tournament.

The 'saving grace' of the Blue Devil backcourt

Ka’lia Johnson started the season as Duke’s sixth guard in the rotation. Come NCAA tournament time, she found herself in a pivotal role.

DePaul has identified Duke center Elizabeth Williams as one of its priorities for Monday’s second-round NCAA tournament matchup with the Blue Devils.

Duke women's basketball set to battle DePaul for trip to Lincoln

Duke’s new-look defense will be put to the test Monday in its final home game of the season.

Tricia Liston looks into the post for center Elizabeth Williams, who was one of Duke's many post weapons to excel against Winthrop.

Size matters for Duke women's basketball in NCAA tournament victory

You cannot teach height and you cannot teach length, but the Blue Devils are lucky enough to have plenty of both.

Freshman Kendall McCravey-Cooper recorded 14 points and 10 rebounds in Duke's blowout victory against Winthrop.

Duke women's basketball routs Winthrop to advance to NCAA second round

There is no place like home. Especially in the postseason.

Duke women's basketball begins NCAA tournament journey against Winthrop

After the men’s team suffered a shocking upset in their first NCAA tournament game, Duke's women’s squad will look to avoid a similar early exit.

Duke basketball sticks together in season-ending loss

Exiting the NCAA tournament for the second time in the past three seasons, this year Duke did so as one, cohesive team.

Duke's postseason hopes were derailed by 14th seed Mercer in the Blue Devils' NCAA tournament opener.

No Mercy

Live by the three, die by the three. By that logic, the Blue Devils should have had no problem Friday afternoon. Mercer had other ideas.

Beginning their run at a fifth national title, the Blue Devils will take on a scrappy and experienced Mercer squad in Raleigh.

Duke basketball to open NCAA tournament against Mercer

The road to Dallas and the Final Four runs 1,180 miles from Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Blue Devils only have to travel 21 for the first leg.

Josh Hairston’s charge-taking ability and Andre Dawkins’ 3-point stroke are two of Duke players’ trademark qualities.

Which Duke basketball player are you?

A Blue Devil tribute to the most ridiculous Buzzfeed quizzes on the internet.

Advanced metrics indicate that Duke may not be strong enough defensively to compete for a national championship.

Does Duke basketball have the defense to win it all?

According to recent NCAA champion precedent, a title run isn’t in the cards for Duke: Its defense isn’t good enough.

Foul trouble has been burdensome for Duke in many of the Blue Devils' losses this year, including a Feb. 1 road loss to Syracuse in which three players fouled out.

No foul, no harm

Duke has as much talent as any team in the NCAA tournament, but that matters little if those talented players can't stay on the court.

After a season of ups and downs, sophomore Rasheed Sulaimon is playing his best basketball just in time for the Big Dance.

The Story of 'Sheed

Rasheed Sulaimon's sophomore season has been nothing short of a roller coaster.

Jabari Parker will likely be playing his final game in a Duke uniform during the coming weeks, but the freshman has made a special connection with his University during his first year.

Jabari Parker finds a new home

Jabari Parker came to Duke because he wanted to be part of a culture where basketball was celebrated.

2014 NCAA tournament preview: Tennessee

A closer look at the Tennessee Volunteers' prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

2014 NCAA tournament preview: Cal Poly

A closer look at the Cal Poly Mustangs' prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

The loss of point guards Alexis Jones (left) and Chelsea Gray (right) has not swayed the Blue Devils' confidence heading into this year's NCAA tournament.

Duke women's basketball fueled by belief, adversity and perseverance

Facing the odds heading into the NCAA tournament, the Blue Devils have been made stronger by the adversity they've faced this season.

Senior Tricia Liston has been to three Elite Eights in her first three seasons at Duke, but has yet to take her team to a Final Four.

Seniors' last stand

After three straight Elite Eight appearances, Duke's senior class has one final chance to reach the promised land.